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Popcorn Cassia?

Posted by roselee z8 SW Texas (My Page) on
Mon, Oct 10, 11 at 11:26

I'm looking over the wonderful plant treasures received from the swap and deciding where to plant them.

But I've already forgotten who passed along the Popcorn cassia! From what I read on the internet it looks like a beautiful and very fast growing plant, but fairly tender being hardy down to 30 degrees. I'm thinking I should wait until spring to plant it and then save seeds or cuttings.

How do you all grow it?

Much appreciation to whoever gave it to me, and for all the other beautiful plants received last Saturday.

Follow-Up Postings:

RE: Popcorn Cassia?

Roselee, you got the Popcorn cassia from me, but I traded for it 10/1/11, and haven't grown it myself.

RE: Popcorn Cassia?

Now I remember! Thanks Jim. Guess I'll overwinter it in the greenhouse and plant next spring. Or maybe someone who grows it will have suggestions.

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