Kutaja is a glabrous tree or large shrub, native to Africa and Indian subcontinent but also grows well in the hilly forest areas all over India. Kutaja flowers are five petaled flowers of kutaja plant that are white in color when tender and turn creamish when they begin to fade off. They appear at the end of branches in corymb like cymes (flat topped or convex flower cluster) and grows upto 2-3 cm high. They discharge slight milky substance when plucked. They can be dried and used for various medicinal purposes.
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