Main Cassia Page Privet Cassia Senna ligustrina
It's been growing for several years now, and is about six feet tall. (My oval leaf Cassia, Cassia bicapsularis, that I planted at the same time is well over ten feet tall now.)
I think this plant is Privet Cassia, Senna ligustrina. There are so many kinds of Cassia that it's hard to tell. Regardless, my sulphur butterflies lay eggs on it, so I like it.
The seeds form in long sprawling pods.
Privet Cassia, Senna ligustrina, Yellow Flowers
Privet Cassia, Senna ligustrina, Pointed Leaves
Privet Cassia, Senna ligustrina, Seed Pods
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