4 Responses to Popcorn Cassia: The flower that smells like popcorn

  1. josh says:

    i have one of these trees in a large pot and didmt get it inside before it got really cold will it still live since i put it in the basement were it is warm?


  2. Donna Parrott says:

    I have one of these. How do you use the seeds to grow more


    • Christine Nichols says:

      Popcorn cassia can be grown from seed, but for use as an annual it is more typically purchased as a rooted cutting. Seed will germinate more readily if soaked in water for 24 hours or scarified mechanically or in boiling water. Sow shallowly in February or March. Wait until all danger of frost has passed before planting outdoors, either in containers or in the ground (at the same time you would put tomatoes outside). Place plants about 2 feet apart.


  3. EZIO frontino says:

    Where can I buy a plant.
    I live in Bunbury w a 6230


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