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Cassia is a large genus with some 500 species, among which are a number of highly attractive flowering trees, this is a medium to large tree with ovate, pointed leaflets; when these drop, usually in the dry season, masses of bright gold flower clusters appear on almost every branch. Cassia likes full sun and well-drained soil and to bloom profusely require a dry season. The "Golden Rain" tree is a spring and summer bloomer. Covered with sprays of drooping yellow flowers, it makes quite a show. A fast grower, use it anywhere you need some bright color.
Cassia is a large genus with some 500 species. Cassia likes full sun and well-drained soil and to bloom profusely require a dry season.
Coffee Senna, Fedegoso, Privet Cassia. Medium size shrub with orange-yellow flowers from spring to fall. From distance, flowers look like little yellow hummingbirds and attract butterflies and bees. The plant is very ornamental not only due to its bloom but also to large, red-veined leaves. Propagation by seeds.
One of the most spectacular trees. Fast growing small to medium size tree with architectural crown structure and narrow pointed leaves that make this plant stand out from other cassias/sennas. Showy yellow flowers are scented and attract butterflies. The flowers come in big clusters and when the tree is in full bloom (Spring to Fall), the view is spectacular, hence the name. This plant looks very pretty as a container specimen or as a separately standing tree for a small yard. Prefers soils that are deep, moist and sandy but will tolerate calcareous soils. The rare plant doesn't exist in a wild anymore and can be found only in cultivation. The seeds of Cassia spectabilis are a potential source of commercial gum.
Very showy branching shrub or small tree with yellow candle-like flowers and bright green dense foliage. Prefers open areas and sunlight. Often grown as an ornamental. Medicinal use: antibacterial potency, antifungal activity of flowers that has been used for a long time for the treatment of tinea versicolor and ringworm infections.
Silvery-grey quick-growing shrub with scented golden-yellow flowers in winter. Propagation: Seeds
Small shrub to 1.5m with grey foliage. Grows scattered on red sandy soils and stony ridges. Good garden shrub.
Evergreen large shrub, or small tree, fast growing 8 to 12 feet tall, 8 to 10 feet spread. Light yellow to deep golden yellow buttercup-shaped flowers, with prominent curved stamens, appearing in large sprays, over a long period in autumn and winter.
Senna corymbosa is one of a family of over 500 species of trees, shrubs, perennial herbs and annuals that make up the family of Cassias/Sennas, most of which come from the Tropics. Senna corymbosa is from sub-tropical South America and is designated Zone 8. It is a shrub or small tree growing in nature to around 12 ft producing racemes of golden-yellow flowers through the Summer months. It is suitable for pot cultivation for the patio or conservatory. Perfectly grows and blooms in containers due to its slow growth habit and won't overgrow the pot. Perfect for a sunny patio.
This plant was previously misnamed as Cassia odorata.
A free flowering, bushy, evergreen, large size shrub or small tree with large heads of yellow flowers resembling butterflies over many months in autumn through spring. Seeds are very ornamental, finger-shaped pods are extremely unusual.