Senna siamea

(syn. Cassia arayatensis, Cassia florida, Cassia siamea, Senna sumatrana), Siamese cassia, pheasantwood, Thailand shower, kassod tree

  • Family Fabaceae (Cesalpinioideae).
  • Native to South and Southeast Asia.
  • Special area: Iolani Palace.
  • Introduced to Hawaii about 1865.
  • Wood used for small turnery, carvings, posts, fuel, construction, and furniture.
  • Weed Risk Assessment Score: 10 (HIGH RISK) NOT RECOMMENDED for introduction to new areas in Hawaii or the Pacific.

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