||Cassia didymobotrya Fresen.
||Yellow - Orange
|English / Trade Name
||African senna, popcorn senna, candelabra tree, and peanut butter cassia
|Vernacular /Local Name
||Up to 900 m
||The fruit is a flat brown legume pod up to 12 cm long which contains up to 16 bean like seeds up to a cm long each
||Occurs in evergreen forests and western ghats
||Native of Africa and naturalized in the wild parts of Indonesia, Australia, Mexico, the United States in California, Florida, and Hawaii also in India
||Bark pale smooth when young
|Distribution in manipur
||, Eastern, Jiribam, Northern
||Alternate (leaves born singly along stem)
|Description of Species
||Shrub or small tree producing golden-yellow flowers, opening from buds which are enclosed in greenish-black bracts, plant looks quite similar to Candle Bush and grows up to 0.5-5 m tall
||The leaves are up to 1/2 m long and are made up of many pairs of elongated oval leaflets each up to 6.5 cm long.