On Feb 18, 2013, SWFLgarden from Lehigh Acres, FL wrote:
I love this little tree. However, I lost two trees to the cold in zone 9b two years in a row. I'm considering getting another after seeing others in colder zones growing this tree. Should I keep it in a pot to move it into the garage on cold nights?
On Jul 26, 2009, flaflwrgrl from North Central , FL (Zone 8b) wrote:
Just a lovely small tree. It blooms off & on all year long. This tree is never still or silent. The bees are always humming in it's flowers and butterflies dancing from branch to branch providing constant movement even on the most still of days. Good xeri plant and excellent accent tree.
On Feb 7, 2005, NativePlantFan9 from Boca Raton, FL (Zone 10a) wrote:
The origin of this small to medium Senna (Cassia) is unknown. It has a weeping form, and the attractive small to medium flowers attract butterflies. It is used in central and southern Florida and California and is useful as a landscape tree. It is hardy in zones 9a and 9b through 11, at least. It can survive temperatures down to 25 or 20 degrees. Great for landscaping.
This plant has been said to grow in the following regions: