The top of my Christmas cassia was killed to the ground this past winter, and it was slow to recover. Consequently, I didn't get the sleepy orange eggs I normally get - they're usually the first eggs of the butterfly season in spring. There have been several males flitting around the garden lately, but a female joined them today. The Christmas cassia has grown to a fairly decent size, and the volunteer C. oblongifolias/sicklepods are a pretty decent size, too. Maybe I'll find eggs and/or cats soon!