Ketaki (Pandanus tectorius Sol. ex Parkinson): flower and young fruit. Coloured aquatint after J. Forbes, 1769.
- Forbes, James, 1749-1819.
- [1st June 1813]
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Fruits of the ketaki are edible, the male flowers used in perfumery, the leaves for matting, the roots give a black dye and the plant is used for hedging
Pandanus species are known as screw-pines
Pandanus tectorius = (Pandanus odoratissimus)
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