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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.
A low branched herb producing characteristic caterpiller-shaped pods.
In India, it is used to produce a dye known as 'neutral henna'.
Low to moderate water needs, drought tolerant, needs a well-drained soil. Very cold hardy, tolerates freeze at least for a few hours.
Glossy green leaves and red stems. Bright yellow spring flowers are followed by decorative red-bronze seedpods.
The flowers are very showy. Christmas senna needs frequent pruning to control sprawl and to develop a strong branch system that won't break under its own weight. Larger specimens may require staking to keep them from falling over. Frequent pinching of young shoots during the growing season will encourage branching and increase the number of flowers.
A small tree with a beautiful cascading habit, tiny leaves, suitable for pot culture and bonsai. This early bloomer produces 1" yellow flowers. Flowers: fall to spring. Excels in toughest conditions, chosen as plant of the year in 1999 by the Florida Nurserymen and Growers Associations. The desert cassia requires little to no care and is drought tolerant. Propagated from seed. There are no pests or diseases associated with this tree. Attracts butterflies. Other names: Cassia biflora, Cassia marginata, Cassia microphylla, Cassia polyphylla, Cassia tenuissima, Peiranisia polyphylla
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 (Height: 18-20 Feet. Spread: 15-18 Feet) 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. Bright yellow clusters of flowers. Pea-like pod containing 3 to 5 seeds. Season: Fall - Winter. Specimen or Landscape Tree.
Saw palmetto is a small hardy fan palm whose stem usually remains below ground or runs just along the surface. An especially attractive form with silvery-blue leaves occurs along the Atlantic coast in Florida and is the form most often grown in gardens and landscapes. Prefers full sun, but can tolerate partial sun. Prefers moist, but well drained position. Very tolerant of coastal exposure.
This palm is highly valued for its medicinal properties. Seeds of Saw Palmetto are widely used in traditional medicine to make an extract for curing prostate problems. Tons of Palmetto seeds are collected in Florida every year for medical industry.