got seeds from south florida years ago, 15 ft. high, first year it didn't freeze. blooms!
The leaves look like my Cassia Javonica. Pics I've seen show long draping yellow flower clusters.
I got seeds from a GW'er back in 2010, but my tree hasn't gotten very big and no flowers yet.
How old is yours?
I thought cassia javanica was pink? Is there a yellow variety?
I would have said cassia fistula for this one.
I vote cassia fistula. I raised one from seed in the past on another property. The mom is at one of the public libraries in Sarasota and is spectacular in full bloom! It's a keeper, Mark. Hope it gets more cold resistant as it gets bigger.
Right you are, guys! You passed the test . . .
Actually, I was thinking FISTULA but my fingers typed javanica. I got seeds from both and I just love to say Javanica.
i haven't had a clue for many years since we grabbed a seed pod in s. fla......nice to be able to tell folks what it is..have alot of stuff like that......:) time will tell......m
It is Cassia fistula. It is semi tender when young but gets hardier as it gets older. Cassia javanica is a tender tree.