literally meaning "The Garden of Heaven"

Phyllanthus emblica Linn. (Syn: Emblica officinalis Gaertn.)

Vernacular Name: Anola (O); Amla (O, H, Beng), Emblic myrobalan (E).

Small or moderate-sised deciduous tree with closely-set distichous leaves. Leaves linear or linear-oblong, apiculate, glabrous. Flowers monoecious, yellowish, minute, in axillary fascicles, males and females mixed or female in the lower and males in upper axils of leaves. Drupe globose, smooth, succulent, yellow, with 3 2-valved cocci.
Frequent in dry deciduous forests and scrub jungles; commonly planted in gardens.
Flowering : February - May
Fruiting : October - April