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Cassia Siamea Senna Siamea Plant

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Cassia siamea, also known as Siamese Senna or Thai Senna, is a medium to large-sized deciduous tree belonging to the Fabaceae family. Native to Southeast Asia, including Thailand, Cambodia, and Vietnam, it is widely cultivated in tropical regions for its ornamental value, timber, and various uses. Here is a description of Cassia siamea:

  1. Size and Shape: Cassia siamea is a medium to large-sized tree that can reach heights of 15 to 25 meters (50 to 80 feet) or more. It has a straight, cylindrical trunk and an umbrella-shaped or rounded crown with dense foliage.

  2. Leaves: The leaves of Cassia siamea are pinnate, consisting of multiple pairs of leaflets arranged along a central rachis. Each leaflet is elongated and lance-shaped, with a smooth texture and a glossy green color.

  3. Flowers: The tree produces fragrant, bright yellow flowers with five petals. The flowers are arranged in terminal clusters or racemes, creating a beautiful and eye-catching display when the tree is in bloom.

  4. Fruits and Seeds: After flowering, Cassia siamea develops long, slender seed pods that contain numerous flat, dark brown seeds. The pods are initially green and turn brown as they mature.

  5. Bark: The bark of Cassia siamea is smooth and grayish-brown when young, becoming rougher and fissured with age.

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