3 responses to “Senna hebecarpa”

  1. van

    Well that sure is gorgeous. Beautiful plant, beautiful photo.

  2. George L. in Vermont

    Wonderful plant. What exuberant abundance of clustering buds! For an herbalist perspective on plant conservation check out the work of United Plant Savers, whose “mission is to protect native medicinal plants of the United States and Canada and their native habitat while ensuring an abundant renewable supply of medicinal plants for generations to come.” http://unitedplantsavers.org/

  3. Sue in Bremerton WA

    Oh, George, that is wonderful to hear about. I glanced at the site, and will peruse it later again, already put it in my favorites, and will send the site address to some of my friends who grow their own herbs and such. I am sure they can find something useful or some helpful information. I have already passed this one on to everyone, and I certainly enjoy some of the marvelous pictures of things I will never have a chance to see in ‘real’ life.

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