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Cutch Tree - Plant

Cutch Tree - Plant

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Step into the world of botanical splendor with Vermi Organics' Cutch Tree Plant, a botanical marvel that stands tall with grace and significance. Known scientifically as Acacia catechu, this deciduous tree is a testament to nature's bounty. From its distinctive foliage to its historical significance, the Cutch Tree offers a rich tapestry of attributes that make it a valuable addition to any garden. Explore the unique features, care requirements, and potential uses of this remarkable tree, available at Vermi Organics.


Acacia catechu, commonly referred to as Cutch Tree Plant, is a medium-sized deciduous tree belonging to the Fabaceae family. Native to South Asia, it has found a place of importance in various cultural and industrial contexts. The tree is characterized by its compound leaves, thorny branches, and small, fragrant flowers. Vermi Organics takes pride in making this botanical treasure accessible to enthusiasts seeking a connection with nature's diverse offerings.


Beyond its ornamental appeal, the Cutch Tree Plant has played a significant role in traditional medicine and various industries. The heartwood of the tree, known as "Cutch" or "Khair," has been traditionally used for its astringent and medicinal properties. Additionally, the tree has economic importance for its role in the production of natural dyes and tannins.

Type of Plant (Indoor or Outdoor):

The Cutch Tree is best suited for outdoor cultivation, where it can reach its full potential in terms of size and vigor. It thrives in warm, tropical to subtropical climates and is not commonly grown as an indoor plant due to its size. Plant it in well-draining soil, and provide ample space for its branches to spread and canopy to develop.


Caring for the Cutch Tree involves understanding its natural habitat and replicating those conditions. Plant it in a location with full sunlight, as the tree thrives in bright, direct sunlight. Ensure the soil is well-draining and moderately fertile. While the Cutch Tree is relatively hardy once established, regular watering during dry periods and protection from frost are essential for optimal growth.

Common Names:

The Cutch Tree goes by various names reflecting its cultural and historical significance. In Hindi, it is known as "Khair," a name deeply rooted in traditional medicine and cultural practices. In Sanskrit, it is referred to as "Khadira." These names underscore the tree's multifaceted role in diverse contexts.


  • Botanical Name: Acacia catechu
  • Family: Fabaceae
  • Height: 30 to 50 feet
  • Width: 20 to 40 feet
  • Sun Exposure: Full sun
  • Soil Type: Well-draining, moderately fertile
  • Watering: Moderate, more frequent during dry periods
  • Hardiness Zones: USDA Zones 10-11

Special Features:

The Cutch Tree boasts special features that make it a standout in the botanical world. The heartwood of the tree, known as Cutch, has been historically used for its astringent properties and as a source of natural dyes and tannins. Its thorny branches and compound leaves add to its distinctive appearance.


  1. Medicinal Traditions: The heartwood of the Cutch Tree, known as Cutch or Khair, has been traditionally used in Ayurveda and other traditional medicine systems for its astringent and medicinal properties. It is believed to have various health benefits and is used in herbal formulations.

  2. Natural Dyes and Tannins: The Cutch Tree has been historically significant in the production of natural dyes and tannins. The heartwood yields a brown dye known as "Catechu" or "Cutch," which has been used in textiles and tanning industries.

  3. Ornamental Shade Tree: With its spreading canopy and distinctive appearance, the Cutch Tree serves as an ornamental shade tree in gardens and landscapes. Plant it in open spaces where its branches can provide shade and its presence can enhance the aesthetic appeal of the surroundings.

  4. Agroforestry: The Cutch Tree has been integrated into agroforestry systems, contributing to soil conservation and providing economic benefits through the harvest of heartwood and other products.

  5. Cultural Significance: The tree holds cultural significance in various regions where it is traditionally associated with rituals, festivals, and medicinal practices. Its historical use in diverse cultural contexts adds to its value beyond its physical attributes.

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