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Senna hebecarpa | Wild Cassia | Wild American Senna


Here I am offering Seeds from Senna hebecarpa, also known as American senna, Wild Cassia, and Wild Senna. This gorgeous shrub likes to live in the full sun where it gets a lot of attention from the birds, bees, and butterflies. They can get about 6 feet tall at the most and they bloom from the middle of the Summer until early Fall. The pods and leaves of this plant contain powerful laxatives called anthraquinones; For this reason many plant eating animals will not eat this one. This is the only known larval host plant for the Orange-barred Sulphur. It is also the larval host plant for the Mercurial Skipper, Tailed Orange, Cloudless Sulphur and Sleepy Orange butterflies. USDA Hardiness Zones 5 to 9

Senna hebecarpa Wild Cassia Wild American Senna

Senna hebecarpa Wild Cassia Wild American Senna

Senna hebecarpa Wild Cassia Wild American Senna

Senna hebecarpa Wild Cassia Wild American Senna
Senna hebecarpa | Wild Cassia | Wild American Senna

20 Available Now

Here I am offering Seeds from Senna hebecarpa, also known as American senna, Wild Cassia, and Wild Senna. This gorgeous shrub likes to live in the full sun where it gets a lot of attention from the birds, bees, and butterflies. They can get about 6 feet tall at the most and they bloom from the middle of the Summer until early Fall. The pods and leaves of this plant contain powerful laxatives called anthraquinones; For this reason many plant eating animals will not eat this one. This is the only known larval host plant for the Orange-barred Sulphur. It is also the larval host plant for the Mercurial Skipper, Tailed Orange, Cloudless Sulphur and Sleepy Orange butterflies. USDA Hardiness Zones 5 to 9








Senna multiglandulosa | Buttercup Bush


Senna multiglandulosa Buttercup Bush 1

Senna multiglandulosa Buttercup Bush 2

Senna multiglandulosa Buttercup Bush 3

Senna multiglandulosa Buttercup Bush 4

Senna multiglandulosa Buttercup Bush 5
Senna multiglandulosa | Buttercup Bush

9 Available Now

Here I am offering Seeds from Senna multiglandulosa, also known as buttercup bush. Growing up to 12 feet tall this plant lives to live in full sun.The root stems and leaves can be used as dye. The flowers can be used in stews. Branches from this shrub can be used to make baskets. From late Winter to early Fall this plant has bright yellow blossoms. USDA Hardiness Zones 8 to 11.








Spathodea campanulata | African Tulip Tree | Flame of The Forest


Here I am offering Seeds from Spathodea campanulata, also known as African Tulip Tree, Flame of The Forest, Fountain Tree, Pichkari, Nandi Flame, and Firebell. This evergreen tree blossoms year round and is extremely fire retardant. This is mainly due to the flower buds which contain water. So much so that children use the buds to squirt water at each other. The upturned flowers collect rain and dew. It prefers to live in full sun or light shade where it will attract a number of different birds, bees, and butterflies. Hummingbirds are among the many birds who adore this tree. It is like a public drinking fountain for the birds. USDA Hardiness Zones 9b to 11

Spathodea campanulata African Tulip Tree Flame of The Forest

Spathodea campanulata African Tulip Tree Flame of The Forest

Spathodea campanulata African Tulip Tree Flame of The Forest

Spathodea campanulata African Tulip Tree Flame of The Forest
Spathodea campanulata | African Tulip Tree | Flame of The Forest

35 Available Now

Here I am offering Seeds from Spathodea campanulata, also known as African Tulip Tree, Flame of The Forest, Fountain Tree, Pichkari, Nandi Flame, and Firebell. This evergreen tree blossoms year round and is extremely fire retardant. This is mainly due to the flower buds which contain water. So much so that children use the buds to squirt water at each other. The upturned flowers collect rain and dew. It prefers to live in full sun or light shade where it will attract a number of different birds, bees, and butterflies. Hummingbirds are among the many birds who adore this tree. It is like a public drinking fountain for the birds. USDA Hardiness Zones 9b to 11