One of the classic frankincense trees, Boswellia sacra is from southern Oman and eastern Yemen. It is now considered to be synonymous with B. carteri from Ethiopia. In habitat, these trees are tapped for their sap, which is burned in incense burners. The bark has that faint smell of frankincense. These plants are rooted cuttings in 10-gallon pots. You must either pick this plant up from our nursery or arrange shipping; call for details.