Unique yellow and black flowers adorn this pretty 5-6' plant with attractive mimosa-like compound leaves. The sickle-shaped black seed pods provide winter interest and food for gamebirds that include the Bobwhite. Host plant for Sulphur butterflies; attracts bumblebees and other native bees. Blooms July-August. May need staking later in the season. Deer-resistant. Full to partial sun, medium to medium-wet soil.

Senna hebecarpa (Wild Senna)