Do you know if these are easy to grow from seed? There's one in a common area of our neighborhood that always has pods dangling from it and I am tempted to try.
I think they must be fairly easy because I did have some "volunteers" that reseeded near my plant this year.
Our Pride of Barbados reseeds prolifically, but it's not a problem. Yours is just beautiful; what great photos!
It's become one of my favorite late summer bloomers and the butterflies really do love it.
These could have been my photos. My Caesalpinia has never reseeded here in zone 8b Georgia. The saved seeds sprout easily in about 3-4 weeks indoors for planting out in Spring after frost. Second year plants usually bloom. They want full sun.
They love the sun and the heat doesn't faze them - which makes them perfect for my yard!
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They look like flowers that have burst into flame, so pretty! I miss the Gulf Fritillary butterflies, and their silvery wings.
The Gulf Fritillaries, like most butterflies, have been scarce around here this year, but now I'm seeing more and more in my garden and what a wonderful sight they are.