Cassia Javanica is a tropical tree, originating in South East Asia. It has a smooth grey bark, with occasional spurs on the trunk and lower branches, compound leaves with up to 30 oval leaflets, and 5-petalled flowers that open deep rose pink, and fade to pale pink with maturity. The flowers are pollinated by insects, and a few will be followed by long, pendent, brown-black seed pods that hang on the tree for many months. Warning: The seeds can be particularly toxic, so bear that in mind around children or pets.

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It requires moist air.

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It has no serious pest or disease problems.

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