The neem tree is the fastest growing tree which is also known for its medicinal value. A neem tree and its leaves are used to cure several diseases and the scientific name of the Neem tree. It is also known as neem or lilac is a tree in the mahogany family Meliaceae. It is grown in tropical and semi-tropical regions. Also, Neem trees grow on islands in southern Iran.
Neem trees can reach 15 to 30 meters in height and have attractive rounded crowns and thick furrowed bark. The fruit is a smooth yellow-green color drupe and has a sweet-flavored pulp. It is famous for its medicinal values. The plant leaves and bark are all used to cure various diseases. Back when there were no medicines, Neem tee was instrumental in curing many diseases. Reaching up to heights of about 15 to 20 meters, these are undoubtedly one of the fastest ones on this list, bearing fruits between the ages of 3 to 5 years. Also, it is one of the evergreen trees in the Pakistsan climate that can grow at all seasons. Neem tree has a fairly dense crown, which is roundish and reaches about 66 to 82 feet.
The neem tree comes under the classification of a hardy tree that can tolerate temperatures up to 50°C. The Neem tree can be grown in well-drained soil to increase its efficiency. Also, it can be grown as a plant in trays and pots and also be transplanted outdoors for about 3 months. An appropriate amount of moisture is also necessary for the proper nourishment of the tree. There must not be excessive watering as it can destroy the Neem tree. A good practice is to apply fertilizers once a month, which can improve the Neem tree’s growth tremendously.