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Agarwood, Oud, Oodh - Plant

Agarwood, Oud, Oodh - Plant

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  • Comes with a self watering pot
  • 3-7 Days Delivery
  • Organic
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Immerse yourself in the world of luxury and mystique with Vermi Organics' Agarwood, also known as Oud or Oodh. Revered for centuries for its captivating fragrance, Agarwood is a precious and rare tree that produces a resinous heartwood sought after for its use in perfumery and traditional medicine. Vermi Organics proudly presents this extraordinary plant, allowing enthusiasts to cultivate their own source of the coveted Agarwood in the comfort of their homes or gardens.


Agarwood, scientifically known as Aquilaria, is a genus of evergreen trees known for the resinous heartwood produced as a response to fungal infection. This heartwood is the source of the highly prized Agarwood, celebrated for its rich, complex aroma. Vermi Organics is dedicated to providing a carefully curated Agarwood plant that encapsulates the essence of this ancient and revered botanical treasure.


The allure of Agarwood extends beyond its aromatic properties. In traditional medicine, Agarwood has been used for its potential therapeutic benefits. Its essential oil is believed to have calming and grounding effects, promoting a sense of tranquility and well-being. Additionally, the aromatic compounds found in Agarwood have been explored for their potential antimicrobial properties.

Type of Plant (Outdoor):

Agarwood is predominantly an outdoor plant, thriving in tropical and subtropical climates. It requires warmth, ample sunlight, and well-drained soil for optimal growth. While it can adapt to a variety of soil types, providing a slightly acidic and well-aerated medium enhances its development. Planting Agarwood in outdoor settings allows it to reach its full potential, both in terms of size and resin production.


Caring for Agarwood involves providing the right environmental conditions to encourage resin formation. Ensure the plant receives plenty of sunlight, preferably in a location with partial shade. Adequate watering is crucial during the growing season, but well-drained soil is essential to prevent waterlogging. Pruning can be done to maintain the desired shape and encourage the development of the resinous heartwood.

Common Names:

Agarwood is known by various names across cultures, reflecting its widespread popularity and cultural significance. Common names include Oud, Oodh, Agar, and Eaglewood. These names are a testament to the plant's rich history and its association with luxury and spirituality.


  • Height: 30-50 feet
  • Spread: 15-25 feet
  • Sunlight: Full to partial sun
  • Soil: Well-drained, slightly acidic
  • Hardiness Zones: 10-12
  • Flowering: Occasional, small inconspicuous flowers

Special Features:

One of the most remarkable features of Agarwood is the formation of resinous heartwood, a process initiated in response to fungal infection. This resin is prized for its aromatic qualities, making Agarwood one of the most sought-after and valuable woods globally. The deep, complex fragrance emanating from the resin sets Agarwood apart, making it a symbol of luxury and refinement.


  • Perfumery: Agarwood is a cornerstone in the world of perfumery, contributing its distinctive and opulent aroma to high-end fragrances. The essential oil extracted from Agarwood is a prized ingredient in creating unique and captivating scents.
  • Traditional Medicine: In various traditional medicinal practices, Agarwood has been utilized for its potential calming and therapeutic effects. The essential oil is believed to have properties that promote relaxation and mental well-being.
  • Cultural and Spiritual Significance: Agarwood holds cultural and spiritual significance in many regions, often used in religious ceremonies, meditation practices, and rituals. Its rich history and association with sacred traditions make it a revered and cherished plant.
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