Terminalia Catappa, also known as Indian Almond leaves, provides many benefits to Betta Fish. Before we jump into them, here are some interesting facts about Indian Almond Leaves.
The tree’s origin is unknown, and it might be from India, the Malay Peninsula, or New Guinea. The tree can grow up to 35 meters tall. It has a symmetrical and upright crown with horizontal branches, with the crown becoming more flattened as it ages, forming a shape like a spreading urn. The tree’s leaves are enormous, reaching from 15 to 25 cm long & 10 to 14 cm broad.
They are oval and leathery with a shiny, dark green appearance. Indian Almond leaves are dry-season deciduous, turning yellow-brown or pinkish-reddish before falling.