Cassia fistula ?

Cassia fistula ?; tree id from chandigarh : 5 posts by 2 authors. Attachments (6) Habit- medium sized tree, as per the images it looks like fabaceae member due to the presence of pulvinus Habitat- garden  locality- chandigarh date- 10-5-2018 I am observing this plant from the last three – four yrs but I did’t see […]

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Cassia bakeriana ?

Cassia bakeriana ?   Cassia bakeriana? : 3 posts by 3 authors. Attachments (1). May be Cassia nodiflora. Cassia javanica subsp. nodosa (syn: Cassia nodosa Roxb.) as per another thread: Fwd: [efloraofindia:186957] Plant Id from Bangladesh SM1 ? May be. Appears close to Cassia bakeriana Craib But require more images for confirmation.  

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Cassia javanica ?

Cassia javanica ?;      SL 11 071113 : Attachments (2). 2 posts by 2 authors. Please ID this leuminous tree with small pink flowers and long cylindrical black pods. Photo was taken in Sri Lanka in Oct 2112 It may be Cassia javanica.     Cassia For ID : Lalbagh,Bangalore : 07OCT17 : AK-03 […]

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Cassia moschata

Cassia moschata Kunth, F. W. H. A. von Humboldt et al., Nov. gen. sp. 6:266[folio]; 6:338[quarto]. 1824 (Syn: Cathartocarpus moschatus (Kunth) G.Don); images by Raman Arunachalam    Images by tspkumar   Request Tree ID 151 – Lalbagh, Bangalore – RA – What cassia is this?: (10 images). It was a beautiful tree in full bloom. It looks […]

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Cassia species ?

Cassia species ?;      160912/NK/01- Is it Cassia grandis: Could you pl ID. It appears to be Cassia grandis Request for ID 1. Date/Time- 18/02/12-1032 AM 2. Location- Lohgaon/Pune/600M 3. Habitat- Garden 4, Plant Habit- Tree 5. Height/Length-50 Ft 6. Leaves Type/ Shape-Pinnately Compound ,Opposite , lanceolate 7. Inflorescence Type/ Size- Not seen 8. […]

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Cassia renigera

Cassia renigera Benth. (Syn: Cassia javanica subsp. renigera Benth.);  KASS-ee-uh — from an ancient Greek name kasia used by Dioscoridesray-NEE-ger-uh — kidney shaped commonly known as: Burmese pink cassia, Burmese senna, common pink cassia, deciduous cassia, pink shower, velvet cassia • Marathi: गुलाबी बहावा gulabi bahava, गुलाबी कॅशिया gulabi cashia Native of: Myanmar As as […]

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Cassia nealiae

Cassia nealiae H.S.Irwin & Barneby;  images by Dinesh Valke KASS-ee-uh — from an ancient Greek name kasia used by Dioscoridesx — hybridNEE-lee-ay — named for Hawaiian ethnobotanist Marie C. Neal (1889-1965) commonly known as: Neal’s hybrid cassia • Marathi: सफेत बहावा saphet bahava Originally produced in: Hawaii     Fabaceae-Caesalpinioideae (Caesalpiniaceae) :: Cassia x nealiae at […]

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Cassia angolensis (USA)

Cassia angolensis Hiern;           Fabaceae-Caesalpinioideae (Caesalpiniaceae)– Cassia angolensis: Angolan native. This is a rare tree, shown here at Fullerton Arboretum (Fullerton, California, USA). It may well be the only specimen in the USA. It sets pods regularly, but seeds fail to mature properly. I have considered grafting this on the locally-plentiful […]

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Cassia leptophylla (USA)

Cassia leptophylla Vogel; images shared by Kenneth Gerby       Fabaceae-Caesalpinioideae (Caesalpiniaceae)–Cassia leptophylla: As this site is dedicated to posting pictures of species found growing in India, I don’t want to post many species from the US, but these species should grow somewhere there locally. Perhaps they are in the trade there? I will limit […]

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Cassia bakeriana

Cassia bakeriana Craib (Syn: Cassia bakerana Craib [Spelling variant]);  images by Dinesh Valke    KASS-ee-uh — from an ancient Greek name kasia used by Dioscorides¿ baker-ee-AH-na ? — named for ? Baker commonly known as: Baker’s shower tree, dwarf apple blossom tree, peach blossom cassia, pink shower tree Native to: Thailand   Fabaceae-Caesalpinioideae (Caesalpiniaceae)– Cassia […]

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Cassia roxburghii ?

Cassia roxburghii ?; . Ornamental Cassia For ID : Muscat : 020613 : AK-1 : Attachments (3 + 5 ).  9 posts by 5 authors. Very old pictures of Ornamental Cassia seen in Muscat during Nov & Dec. Medium trees, spreading out, cultivated. Tiny pink flowers. Id please. This is Cassia nodosa, I have propogated this plant […]

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Cassia roxburghii

Cassia roxburghii DC. (Syn: Cassia javanica sensu Bojer; Cassia marginata Roxb.; Cathartocarpus marginatus G.Don; Cathartocarpus roxburghii (DC.) Loudon); . KASS-ee-uh — from an ancient Greek name kasia used by Dioscorides roks-BURGH-ee-eye — named for William Roxburgh, 18th century Scottish botanist, who specialized in the flora of India . commonly known as: Ceylon senna, red cassia . […]

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Cassia javanica subsp. nodosa

Cassiajavanica subsp. nodosa (Roxb.) K.Larsen & S.S.Larsen (Syn. Cassiajavanica var. indochinensis Gagnep.; Cassianodosa Roxb.); . Apple Blossom Tree, Apple Blossom Shower; . As as per efi thread : The following three species with similar flowers all have filaments swollen in the middle. Their Keys: 1a. Ovary glabrous, leaflets oblong, densely velvety, tip mucronate; leafy  bracts at […]

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Cassia javanica

Cassia javanica L. (Syn: Cassia bacillus Gaertn.; Cassia megalantha Decne.; Cathartocarpus javanicus Pers.;       Cassia bacillus Roxb.);   Java cassia, Apple blossom cassia, Nodding cassia, Pink cassia, Pink shower, • Manipuri: জাৱা ৰানী Java rani;   Small tree with spreading crown; leaves with 5-12 pairs of obtuse up to 5 cm long leaflets; stipules 12-15 mm long; […]

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Cassia grandis

Cassia grandis L.f.  (Syn.: Bactyrilobium grande Hornem.; Bactyrilobium molle Schrad.; Cassia brasiliana Lam.; Cassia brasiliana var. tomentosa Miq.; Cassia brasiliensis Buc’hoz;Cassia mollis Vahl; Cassia pachycarpa de Wit; Cathartocarpus brasilianus Jacq.; Cathartocarpus erubescens Ham.; Cathartocarpus grandis Pers.);  images by Dr. Satish Phadke & Raman Arunachalam     Lal Bahava, CARAO, STINKING TOE tree, Bukut, Brazilian/ Horse […]

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Cassia fistula

Cassia fistula L. (Syn: Bactyrilobium fistula Willd.; Cassia bonplandiana DC.; Cassia excelsa Kunth; Cassia fistuloides Collad.; Cassia rhombifolia Roxb.; Cathartocarpus excelsus G.Don; Cathartocarpus fistula Pers.; Cathartocarpus fistuloides (Collad.) G.Don; Cathartocarpus rhombifolius G.Don); . Images by J.M.Garg & Neil Soares (Inserted by J.M.Garg) . KASS-ee-uh — from an ancient Greek name kasia used by Dioscorides … Dave’s Botanary FIST-yoo-luh […]

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