||Rhododendron puniceum Roxb., Rhododendron windsorii Nutt.
||Red - Pink
||Burans, Lal buransh
|English / Trade Name
|| Rhododendron Tree
|Vernacular /Local Name
||1200 - 2400 m
||Fruit 1 in. long, cylindrical, longitudinally ribbed and curved, seeds ellipsoid, minute
||Occurs along the margin, openings of high altitude and montane evergreen forests
||India, Bhutan, China, Myanmar, Nepal, Sri Lanka And Thailand
||Bark reddish brown, corky, peeling off in small flakes, blaze reddish brown or pinkish with White lines
|Distribution in manipur
||Alternate (leaves born singly along stem)
|Description of Species
||Woody or growing in a tree-like form has been recorded as reaching heights of up to 20 m although more usually it has a height and spread up to 12 m (36 ft) x 12 m (36 ft)
||Leaves croeded at the ends of branches 3-6 by .75-1.75 in.