Thanks for sending the detailed info. Can you send few more
photographs of the tree (foliage, trunk etc.).
> Attached is a photo of the inflorescence of *Khaya senegalensis*.
> Botanical Name: *Khaya sengealensis*
> Common Name: African Mahogany
> Family: Meliaceae
> Location: Khaya Avenue near Heritage Garden, Hiranandani Powaii (Mumbai,
> Date: 09-06-2011
> *Khaya* is a genus of seven tree species, all native to Africa and
> It has been reported that folk medicine utilizes the bark of *Khaya* to
> treat ailments in cattle.
> In India, *Khaya senegalensis* has gained popularity as an avenue plant due
> to its ornamental foliage and good shade provision.
> The location of this particular photo, i.e. Hiranandani (Powaii), has an
> avenue named after the plant due to there being more than 50 trees planted
> along the road.
> While the flowering of the plant is not well sighted, there were two
> specimens which had 2-3 inflorescence.
> Unfortunately due to the height of tree, the photos aren't of particularly
> good quality.
> Khaya senegalensis.jpg