Terminalia catappa, a perennial evergreen or dry deciduous plant with edible fruit and nuts and the common names Sea almond and Indian almond, is also known.
The Indian Almond Tree (Terminalia catappa), which is also known as Sea Almond or Tropical Almond and is a member of the false mangroves, is well-known for the leaves that can be used in aquariums. It develops a symmetrical crown as it grows erect, with horizontal branches that are noticeably tied together.
The crown of the tree will eventually take on a vase-like form as it ages and becomes more and more flattened. Since water makes up practically all of a plant, it is crucial to provide them with enough water to keep them healthy. Too much water frequently robs plants of oxygen, resulting in illnesses including stem and root rots.