Wild senna (Senna marilandica, formerly Cassia marilandica) is also known as American senna and Maryland senna. It grows in shrubby clumps of upright, 4- to 6-foot-tall stems with oval leaflets and large clusters of yellow flowers in mid- to late summer, followed by long-lasting black seedpods. It’s a beauty in a large border or as an herbaceous screen. This U. S. native is popular with bumblebees and is a host plant for several kinds of butterflies. Full sun for best flowering. Perennial; Zones 4 to 9.
Harvested in October 2021. At least 20 seeds.
Please read the germination information as well before ordering.