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80187  

Cassia leptophylla

Gold Medallion Tree



Cassia leptophylla

$9.95  

One of the best flowering trees for Southern California, often used as a street tree. Grows fast to 25 feet with graceful dark green pinnate foliage. Spectacular, traffic stopping, 1 foot clusters of bright yellow flowers for about a month or so in summer. Nearly evergreen. Prune to keep open and lacy. Best in full sun with good drainage, little to moderate water. Hardy to 25F. USDA zones 9 - 11. From southeast Brazil. Fabaceae, subfamily Caesalpinioideae


80092  

Erythrina humeana 'Raja'

Dwarf Natal Coral Tree



Erythrina humeana Raja

$9.95  

This dwarf form of the natal coral tree grows up to 12 feet high and wide. A true collector's plant that can be grown as a large bonsai with its fast growing caudex. We've seen the caudex grow 3 feet wide. It produces a brilliant show with bold spikes of dark red flowers when very young, blooming from late summer through fall. Plant in full sun with good drainage and protect from frost. USDA zones 9b - 11. Native to southern Africa. Our plants offered in 2¾ inch pots with caudex already forming. Fabaceae, subfamily Faboideae


90210  

Schizolobium parahyba

Brazilian Fern Tree, Tower Tree



Schizolobium parahyba

$13.95  

This spectacular flowering tree is crowned with masses of golden blooms in early spring. It's one of the fastest growing trees in the world, easily growing 6 feet a year to an eventual height of 40 feet (100 feet in the tropics). With the huge 3 foot long bipinnate feathery leaves, it has the appearance of a large tree fern when young. Briefly deciduous just before flowering. Loves heat, needs good drainage, and is drought tolerant. Frost sensitive when young. For a distictive textural look, it can be pruned to size for growing in a large warm greenhouse or patio garden. This forest canopy tree is native from Southern Mexico to Brazil. USDA zones 10 - 12. Fabaceae, subfamily: Caesalpinioideae


54302  

Senna bicapsularis 'California Gold'

(Syn.: Cassia bicapsularis 'California Gold')



Senna bicapsularis California Gold

$8.95  

Evergreen rounded shrub is covered in fall with bright lemon-yellow pea-shaped blossoms. Grows to about 15 feet high. Fabaceae, subfamily Caesalpinioideae





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