The Baobab (Adansonia digitata) belongs to the family Bombacaceae. It is a tall deciduous tree that is native to South Africa, Botswana, Namibia, Mozambique, and the tropical areas in Africa. The trunk is cylindrical, erect, covered with 5-10 cm thick bark, and can reach about 25 m in height. The tree is also called the Upside-down tree, because of the branches which resemble the shape of roots. The leaves are pentafoliolate to 7-foliolate. The large white flower blooms at long drooping peduncle from late spring to summer. The flowers last one day, open in the late afternoon and fade at evening. It is a bat-pollinated flower. The fruits are large ovate and the fleshes are used as a material for beverage or anti-fever agent.