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Bael Patra Leaf / Bel Tree/ Bilva Patra/ Bel Patra / Aegle Marmelos with Decor Pot

Bael Patra Leaf / Bel Tree/ Bilva Patra/ Bel Patra / Aegle Marmelos with Decor Pot

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Bael Patra Leaf, Bel Tree, Bilva Patra, Bel Patra, Aegle Marmelos Embrace the divine presence of the Bael tree, known scientifically as Aegle marmelos. This remarkable deciduous tree, adorned with trifoliate leaves, holds a sacred place in Hindu traditions, especially for those born under the Chitra Nakshatra or Kanya Rashi.

A Gift of Blessings In India, the Bael tree is a symbol of reverence, often used as a sacred offering to Lord Shiva. Its branches may bear long, straight spines, and its bark displays shallow furrows, lending it a unique, corky appearance. The Bael tree is native to India and holds a special place in our hearts.

A Gift of Sanctity Planting a Bael tree around your home or temple is a deeply sanctifying act. It's akin to the sacred ritual of worshipping Lord Shiva with Bilva leaves and water. This tree, with its profound spiritual and medicinal significance, is not just a gift; it's a blessing.

Ayurveda's Ancient Treasure The Bael tree has been cherished in Ayurveda for centuries, valued for both its spiritual and medicinal qualities. This sacred tree can grace your life with its divine presence and health benefits.

Welcome the Bael Patra Leaf into your world and invite blessings, sanctity, and well-being into your home.

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    The actual product may slightly differ from the image shown, as it is indicative. The plant's shape, design, number of leaves, and size depend on seasonal availability.

    Please note that the received product may not precisely match the displayed image due to natural variations in plant growth and availability. Flower/ Petals and some leaves may drop during transport, but new leaves will sprout again within few days. 

    Plant Care: Upon receiving your live plants, it's essential to offer them water promptly to rejuvenate them after their journey. Position the plant in an area with indirect sunlight, allowing it to gradually regain its vitality.

    Repotting Instructions: Once the plant has fully recovered, you may contemplate repotting it in nutrient-rich soil, either within its current decorative pot or a new one. Ensure the selected pot features adequate drainage holes to prevent overwatering, especially if the decorative pot lacks these holes.

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        Plant Care

        Light & Temperature

        • Warmth: Bael Trees prefer warm to hot temperatures. They thrive in regions with tropical and subtropical climates.
        • Hardiness: Bael Trees are not frost-tolerant, so if you're in a cooler climate, consider growing them in containers that can be moved indoors during the winter months.
        • Optimal Range: The ideal temperature range for Bael Trees is between 68°F to 100°F (20°C to 38°C). They can tolerate brief periods of higher temperatures, but prolonged exposure to extreme heat can stress the tree.
        • Winter Care: During the winter, protect your Bael Tree from cold drafts and temperatures below 50°F (10°C). If you're growing it in a pot, you can bring it indoors to a warmer spot.
        • Avoid Sudden Changes: Bael Trees can be sensitive to sudden temperature changes. Gradually acclimate them to new conditions to prevent shock.

        By providing your Bael Tree with the right balance of sunlight and temperature, you can help it thrive and produce its unique and sacred fruit.


        • Frequency: Water your Bel Tree deeply and thoroughly when the top 2-3 inches of the soil feel dry to the touch. The frequency of watering will vary depending on factors like weather, soil type, and tree age. In hot weather, you may need to water more frequently.
        • Morning Watering: It's generally best to water your tree in the morning. This allows the soil to absorb moisture before the heat of the day, reducing the risk of fungal diseases.
        • Root Zone: Water directly at the root zone of the tree rather than overhead. Avoid wetting the foliage as this can lead to disease issues.
        • Slow and Deep: When you water, do so slowly to allow the water to penetrate deeply into the soil. Deep watering encourages the tree's roots to grow deeper, making it more resilient during dry spells.
        • Mulching: Apply a layer of organic mulch around the base of the tree, but keep it away from the trunk. Mulch helps retain soil moisture and regulates temperature.
        • Rainwater: If possible, use rainwater for watering. Rainwater is generally free from chemicals and better for the tree's overall health.
        • Adjust for Seasons: Adjust your watering schedule based on the season. During the growing season, your tree may need more frequent watering, while in winter, it may need less.
        • Monitor Soil: Regularly check the moisture level of the soil by sticking your finger or a moisture meter into the ground. This will help you gauge when it's time to water.
        • Avoid Waterlogging: Ensure proper drainage to prevent waterlogging, which can damage the tree's roots.
        • Drought Tolerance: Keep in mind that Bael Trees are relatively drought-tolerant once established. Avoid overwatering, as this can lead to root rot.

        Remember that the specific watering needs of your tree can vary based on local conditions, so it's a good idea to observe your tree and adjust your watering routine accordingly.


        • Organic Fertilizers: Use organic fertilizers, such as well-rotted compost or aged manure. These provide a slow and steady release of nutrients to the tree without the risk of over-fertilization.
        • Timing: Apply fertilizer during the growing season, which is typically in the spring and early summer. This helps support active growth.
        • Spacing: Distribute the fertilizer evenly around the base of the tree, starting a few inches away from the trunk and extending out to the tree's drip line. Avoid placing fertilizer directly against the trunk.
        • Watering: After applying fertilizer, water the tree thoroughly. This helps nutrients penetrate the root zone.
        • Quantity: Use the recommended amount of fertilizer based on the tree's age and size. Be cautious not to over-fertilize, as excessive nutrients can harm the tree.
        • Mulching: Consider mulching around the base of the tree with organic materials like wood chips or straw. Mulch helps retain moisture and regulates soil temperature, which can enhance the effectiveness of fertilization.
        • Frequency: Depending on the tree's growth and soil quality, you may need to fertilize once or twice a year. Monitor the tree's health and adjust your fertilization schedule as needed.

        General Tips

        • Planting Location: Choose a well-draining soil-rich area for planting. Ensure it receives plenty of sunlight.
        • Watering: Bael trees prefer regular watering, especially during their early years. Keep the soil consistently moist but not waterlogged.
        • Pruning: Prune the tree as needed to maintain its shape and encourage healthy growth.
        • Fertilization: Use organic fertilizers to nourish the soil and promote growth. Feed the tree during the growing season.
        • Protection: Protect young trees from extreme weather conditions, especially frost.
        • Harvesting: When the tree bears fruit, harvest the Bael leaves and fruit for their spiritual and medicinal uses.
        • Spiritual Significance: If you plant this tree with spiritual intentions, offer prayers and reverence regularly.
        • Medicinal Uses: Explore the tree's medicinal properties and consult with an Ayurvedic expert for guidance on its health benefits.
        • Remember, caring for a Bael Patra Leaf goes beyond horticulture; it's a spiritual and cultural journey that brings blessings to your life.

        Product Description

        Product Features

        • Sacred Significance: Bael Patra Leaf and the Bel Tree are held in high reverence by Hindus in India. The trifoliate leaves are traditionally used as sacred offerings to Lord Shiva.
        • Medicinal Importance: The Bael Tree is an ancient Ayurvedic tree with significant medicinal properties. Various parts of the tree, including the leaves, fruit, and root, are used in traditional medicine.
        • Fruit: The Bael Tree produces a unique fruit with aromatic pulp that is used to make beverages, jams, and traditional medicines. The fruit is known for its refreshing taste and medicinal benefits.
        • Spiritual Significance: Planting Bael Trees around homes or temples is considered highly auspicious and equivalent to worshiping Lord Shiva with bilva leaves and water.
        • Hardiness: Bael Trees are well-suited to tropical and subtropical climates, thriving in warm temperatures and full sunlight.
        • Gift of Blessings: Offering a Bael Tree as a gift on special occasions or during housewarming ceremonies is a traditional way of bestowing blessings and positivity.
        • Landscape Beauty: The Bael Tree's trifoliate leaves and dense foliage can add an attractive and sacred touch to gardens, temples, and landscapes.
        • Low Maintenance: Once established, Bael Trees are relatively low-maintenance and can withstand periods of drought.

        By incorporating the Bael Patra Leaf (Bel Tree) into your landscape, you not only bring a beautiful and sacred element to your surroundings but also embrace the rich cultural and spiritual traditions associated with this remarkable tree.

        Dimensions & Specifications

        • Tree Size: Bael Trees can vary in size, but they typically reach a height of 40 to 50 feet (12 to 15 meters) when fully mature.
        • Leaf Size: The trifoliate leaves of the Bael Tree consist of three leaflets. Each leaflet is approximately 2 to 6 inches (5 to 15 cm) long and 1 to 3 inches (2.5 to 7.5 cm) wide.
        • Spines: Some branches of the Bael Tree may bear long straight spines for protection.
        • Bark: The bark of the Bael Tree is shallowly furrowed and corky.
        • Fruit: The Bael Tree produces round, woody fruit that is about the size of a small melon. The fruit has a hard, woody shell and contains aromatic pulp and seeds.

        What's Included

        • Healthy & robust Bael Patra Plant of upto 7-10 inches in height ( 9-12 inch including Pot).
        • 4.5 inch Decor Round Pot (Randomly selected any color pot from  White/ Red/ Yellow/ Pink/ Black/ Green/ Blue Pot (As shown in the image)
        • Free Delivery - PAN India
        • GST Included
        • The mentioned specifications are indicative only. Actual dimensions may vary by +-10%

        Shipping & Returns

        • Delivery Period: This product is shipped using our trusted courier partners, and the delivery period is approximately 7 days, depending on the delivery location.
        • Timing of Delivery: Please note that your gift may be delivered prior to or after the requested date of delivery, if any. Different ordered items may be delivered through various delivery partners.
        • Non-Delivery Days: Our delivery partners do not operate on Sundays and National Holidays.
        • Delivery Confirmation: Our delivery partners do not call prior to delivering an order. We recommend providing an address where someone will be present to receive the package.
        • Address Change: Kindly note that the delivery cannot be redirected to any other address after the order has been dispatched.
        • Order Tracking: Once your order is dispatched from our warehouse, you will receive a tracking number to trace your delivery.
        • Plant Care: For live plants, we advise providing water as soon as the plant arrives, as it may get dehydrated during transit. Place the plant in indirect sunlight, and it will gradually regain vitality.
        • Repotting Instructions: After the plant has fully recovered, consider repotting it in nutrient-rich soil, either in its current pot or a new one. Ensure the chosen pot has proper drainage holes to prevent waterlogging.
        • Return Policy: Please note that return of live plants is not allowed. If you have any concerns, kindly share an opening video of package and pictures for consideration of a replacement claim.

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