Polyalthia Longifolia is commonly known as Asopalav. Glossy green, long, narrow leaves have attractive wavy edges. The weeping, branching habit of this 25-foot tall tree gives it a narrow columnar shape. Very graceful with its downward-sweeping branchlets and shining green foliage. Flowers appear during March and April, for a short period two or three weeks only.
Polyalthia Longifolia can be grown easily from seed or cuttings. It is a fast-growing tree and requires good exposure to sunlight and moderate watering. Evergreen bloomers no particular time period.
It is usually used as boundary borders.
In a pot, you will need to water the plant everyday during the summers and can cut down a bit during winters. Make sure this has a drainage hole at the bottom. For trees planted directly in the garden, you an water it once in 2-3 days for it to develop strong roots. Fertilise in the summer season only.