1. Cassia fistula
Cassia fistula is also known as golden shower tree or bayo, bavo in Konkani, bahawa in Marathi and amaltash in Hindi.
2. Delonix regia:
Delonix regia is endemic to Madagascar and is also known called as 'Royal Poinciana' and Gulmohar locally.
3. Peltophorum pterocarpum:
It is commonly known as copper pod tree or yellow poinciana. Locally it is known as sonmohar flower due to its vibrant yellow colour.
4. Sterculia colorata:
Sterculia colorata is locally known as Kaushi. The fibres of the tree are used in weaving cloths and ornaments by tribal people.
5. Lagerstroemia speciosa:
It is commonly called giant crepe-myrtle, pride of India in English while locally called taman or tamhan.
6. Kaempferia rotunda:
Kaempferia rotunda is commonly called peacock ginger and locally as bhui chamfo and bhui champa.
7. Ochna obtusata:
It is a woody shrub or a small tree locally called as suvarn champa or kanak champa. It is commonly found growing in Goa's forests.
8. Acanthus ilicifolius
Acanthus ilicifolius, also known holly-leaved acanthus, is a species of shrubs or herb growing in Goa's mangrove forests and used for treating asthma.