Bel Patra - Grafted

₹ 150

Bel Patra (Grafted) is a deciduous shrub or small to medium-sized tree with slender drooping branches and rather open, irregular crown. Its bark is pale brown or grayish, smooth or finely fissured and flaking, armed with long straight spines. Its leavees are trifoliate, alternate, ovate with tapering or pointed tip and rounded base, untoothed or with shallow rounded teeth. Young leaves are pale green or pinkish, finely hairy while mature leaves are dark green and completely smooth. Each leaf has 4–12 pairs of side veins which are joined at the margin.

The bel fruit is globose or slightly pear-shaped with a thick, hard rind. The woody shell is smooth and green, gray until it is fully ripe when it turns yellow. The fruits can be eaten either fresh from trees or after being dried and produced into candy, toffee, pulp powder.


  1. Common Name: Bael, Wood Apple, Stone Apple, Japanese Bitter Orange, Golden Apple, Bengal Quince
  2. Botanical Name: Aegle Mermelos

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Tags: Golden, Apple, Stone, Wood, Fruits, Fruit, Grafted, Bilva, Belpethar