COCONUT TREE; FROM THE LEAVES TO THE END OF THE ROOT

Anyone don’t know coconut tree ??? come on, everyone knows right? Trees that live in the lowlands, especially coastal areas, are the most popular trees in the world because everyone knows them.There are many types of coconuts, ranging from small to large fruits. Coconut colors also vary, there are green, yellow, white, and brownish green. In my area, Bali Indonesia starting from the leaves to the roots of the coconut tree can be used, so we call it a tree of a thousand uses. Let us discuss one by one.

1.COCONUT LEAF

There are two types of coconut leaves, namely the young and the old. The young leaves are yellow, at the top with a bud condition. Meanwhile, the old leaves are around them.Green color.

In Bali, coconut leaves are usually used for ceremonial purposes and for decoration. In addition, they are sometimes woven to make ketupat or rice cakes.The leaf bones are used to make brooms

penjor
penjor
rice cakes
a broom made of coconut leaf bones

2.COCONUT FRUIT

In addition to drinking water, and eating the flesh of the coconut, the skin can also be used for crafts.Nowadays there are a lot of craftsmen who use coconut as their raw material. In our area there are many variations of coconut fruit, apart from being drunk, some are believed to be medicine.

green coconut
yellow coconut
type of coconut for treatment, the flesh is slightly pink
rope made of coconut skin

3.COCONUT TRUNK

The trunk of the coconut tree is a very hard tree trunk, mostly used as raw material for making houses and furniture.

coconut trunk

4.COCONUT ROOT

The lower part of the coconut tree is usually used as raw material for furniture handicrafts, and there is also for making root sculptures

That’s some information about coconut trees. Hopefully useful ..πŸ™πŸ™πŸ™

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