Cassia siamea also known as Siamese cassia is native to South and Southeast Asia,although its exact origin is unknown.It is a medium-size,evergreen tree growing up to eighteen metre with yellow flowers.
Unique identification feature
Leaffall - January to March Flowering -December to May Fruiting - January to February
Planting and Care
The young fruits and leaves are eaten as a vegetable. The flowers and young fruits are used in curries. In traditional medicine. The fruit is used to treating against intestinal worms and to prevent convulsions in children