BIGNAY PUGO

binay-pugo

This fast-growing native tree is loved by wildlife. Bignay pugo can be identified through the size and grape-like clustering of its berries, which are smaller than that of bignay.

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Source: Philippine Native Trees 202:Up Close and Personal

AKLENG PARANG

akleng-parang

This fast-growing and shade-tolerant native tree is widely distributed throughout the Philippines.

Fun fact: procera in Latin means tall and according to the Former Director of the National Museum of the Philippines, Corazon Alvina, parang locally means lea or meadow.

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Source: Philippine Native Trees 202:Up Close and Personal

LIUSIN

liusin

Hornbills and other endemic birds usually favor the fruit of this native tree!

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Source: Philippine Native Trees 202:Up Close and Personal

SABLOT

sablot

This fast-growing tree is great for plantation. Seeds contain aromatic oil, gum from its bark is used to make white soap, and fibers can be used to make ropes or for paper pulp. It also has a lot of medicinal values.

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Source: Philippine Native Trees 202:Up Close and Personal