Botanical name: Albizia amara subsp. amara Family: Mimosaceae (Touch-me-not family)
Synonyms: Mimosa amara
Krishna Siris is a small tree reaching 3 to 6 m in height, with a wide, dense, round or umbrella-shaped canopy. Bark is greyish and creviced, branches dark yellowish-grey. Leaves are double compound 10-20 cm long with up to 15 pairs of sidestalks and 15-35 pairs of leaflets. Leaflets are oblong 0.2-0.7 x 0.05-0.2 cm, crowded together, hairy, rounded at the tip. Flowers are white or cream, in more or less spherical heads, 2.5 cm in diameter, often extremely numerous. At flowering time the tree looks white because of the blooms. Pods are oblong, 10-30 cm long x 2-5 wide and brown at maturity. Leaves eaten by cattle, goats and sheep
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