Cassia fasciculata
    Code: CAS5-P
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    [Chamaecrista fasciculata] 'Partridge Pea'

    Annuals native from the Eastern Half of the USA.

    100+ seeds.
    Cassia hebecarpa
      Code: CAS2-A7
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      [Senna hebecarpa] Wild Senna or American Senna or Northern Senna (KASS-ee-ah: he-be-KAR-pa) Fabaceae:

      Large plants with pea-like yellow flowers. Summer blooming with the flowers produced in the top 1/3 of the 4 to 7 foot tall plants. Long lived and very drought tolerant once established. A large, coarse plant with 5 to 10 pairs of oval leaflets and large clusters of loosely arranged flower clusters arising from the leaf axils. Grow in full sun to part shade, rich soils produce leggy plants that may need staking. Grows well in heavy soils.

      Zones (3)4-9

      Native to eastern Untied States and Canada, were found on moist alluvial soils.

      200 seeds

      Cassia marilandica
        Code: CAMA-P
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        Wild Senna Plants grow four feet tall and have a shrubby appearance with elongated clusters of bright yellow flowers. Drought tolerant. This species is a native member of the pea family found from Eastern and North Central North America. The compound foliage gives the Cassia genus a feathery appearance from a distance. This member of the pea family fixes nitrogen from the air improving soil fertility for those plants that grow around it. In July and August the plants send up racemes of bright yellow flowers that look some what like small pea flowers. The compound foliage turns golden-yellow in the fall. Plants grow best in moister retentive, sandy loam soils, but are drought tolerant once established. They form deep taproots and are best left in place once established. Mixes nicly with Baptisia and Thermopsis. Full sun or light shade. Takes two or three years to bloom from seed.

        Zones 3-10

        Soak seeds in warm water for 24 hours, lightly cover seeds, germination is spread out over a few weeks and some my take up to a year.

        50 seeds