Spreading crown. Leaves are dull green, 5-15 cm long and 3-8 cm broad, oval in shape with a rounded base and blunt or rarely pointed tip, posses two sessile (stalkless) glands where the laminar is connected to the petiole. Flowers are small, sessile, white, borne along a rachis about 3-5 cm at the nodes of the leaves. The fruit is elliptic, fleshy, about 2-3 cm, longitudinally ridged, and turns yellow when ripe and has one seed.
Forests, dry grasslands and open savannas - up to 915 m
Native tree. Fruit is used as one of the three components of ‘thripala’ in Ayurvedic medicine.