These monster, dry season-deciduous trees (individuals from the Mallow family), a significant number of which are over 800 years of age with trunks that are more than 150 feet around did not generally remain solitary. At one time the trees spotting the path were a piece of a rich timberland of the trees and different plants, however the infringement of current progress and expanding populaces in the region prompted huge deforestation leaving the rest of the baobabs to remain in relative disconnection. There are likewise a modest bunch of the old trees staying in the peripheral zones however both the trees along the street generally are under close steady danger of demolition. At the point when Arab seafarers initially went by somewhat more than 1000 years prior, they said the villain tore them out of the ground and set them back topsy turvy, for their coverings take after roots.
Gratefully, private associations have considered the site and are currently elevating endeavors to have the road ensured, making it the nation’s first broadly perceived common landmark, so the trees may make due for an additional 800 years to come. Baobabs are extraordinarily valuable plants, their trunks are innocuously tapped for water amid the dry season and have even been lived in, the youthful leaves (when reachable) are eaten as a plate of mixed greens vegetable when little else is accessible, and the nutritious sharp dark colored mash (tasting to some degree like tamarind) of the hard-shelled organic products is made into a wonderful late spring refreshment all finished Africa, and is likewise a fixing in a Senegalese nut and couscous dessert pudding called Ngalakh. These trees are prevalent in oddity cultivates around the hotter parts of the Mediterranean and now and then appear in southern California, they are solid to plant solidness zone 10a (least of 30 to 35 F) and won’t survive more than 8 to 10 hours in snow.
The Avenue of the Baobabs is located on the island country of Madagascar in Africa. The tree is most affectionately referred to as the upside-down tree, but it is also known as the boab, boaboa and bottle tree.The Avenue of the Baobabs in Madagascar is also known as the Alley of Baobabs.