Following native species of trees will be planted
Ashoka - The ripening fruit is avidly eaten by flying foxes, birds and monkeys, and apparently is safe for human consumption too. The bark is used medicinally to allay fevers.
Neem - Most parts of the neem tree are credited with medicinal value.
Golden shower (Cassia fistula) - The state flower of Kerala in India, this is a multipurpose tree.
Arjuna - The bark and leaves have astringent and purgative properties. It is also used to add ornamental value.
Gulmohar - It’s primarily a decorative tree; the seeds are sometimes strung together as ornamental beads
Mango (Mangifera indica) - Mature fruit has a characteristic fragrance and a smooth, thin, tough skin.
Chikoo (Manilkara zapota) – Cultivated in India for its fruit, chikoo, which is a storehouse of Vitamin E, A and C.
Jackfruit (Artocarpus heterophyllus) – A tropical evergreen tree, it has one or two main trunks with a smooth and dark green bark.
Guava (Psidium guajava) - Fast growing evergreen shrub or small tree, it has a shallow root system.
Teak Wood (Tectona grandis) - Tropical hardwood tree species with small, fragrant white flowers arranged in dense clusters at the end of branches.
Acacia (Acacia auriculiformis) - Evergreen tree with dense foliage with an open, spreading crown.
Karanj (Millettia pinnata) - Legume tree with a large canopy with grey-brown bark which is smooth or vertically fissured.
Neem (Azadirachta indica) - Most parts of the neem tree are credited with medicinal value.
(the list is indicative as the species of trees may differ depending on where they are planted)