CHAMAECRISTA fasciculata Partridge Pea

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Eye-plesaing bright summer color norish the land’s beauty with yellow flower having red stemans inside. Outsized, showy, yellow flowers (spreading almost 1 inch in across) blossom from the upper leaf axils in the form of clusters (each cluster has 2-6 flowers). Blooming happens from late June till September. Each flower...
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Eye-plesaing bright summer color norish the land’s beauty with yellow flower having red stemans inside. Outsized, showy, yellow flowers (spreading almost 1 inch in across) blossom from the upper leaf axils in the form of clusters (each cluster has 2-6 flowers). Blooming happens from late June till September. Each flower has 5 curved yellow petals and 10 stamens. These flowers are a good nectar source for insects and butterflies. 

Number of Seeds Max Coverage Area (Square Ft.)
1OZ 3,438 125
1/4LB 13,750 500
1/2LB 27,500 1,000
1LB 55,000 2,000
5LB 275,000 10,000

Scientific Name: Chamaecrista Fasciculata

Common Name: Partridge Pea

Plant Type: Annual

Family: Fabaceae

Specie: Legume

Native Range: Eastern United States

Full Growth Height: 1-3 ft

Width in Across: 1-3 ft

Zone: 3 to 9

Exposure: Full Sun

Blooming Season: Summer (Early, Mid, Late), Fall 

Pollinator: Butterflies, Bumblebees, Birds

Flower: Showy, Round Shape Petals with 10 Stamens inside

Attracts: Butterflies, Bees

Flower Color: Bright Yellow

Tolerate: Dry Soil, Drought

Water Requirement: Low

Soil Type: Sand, Clay, Loam

Garden Uses: Banks and Slopes, Cottage Prairies

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