Cassia floribunda is an evergreen shrub or small tree with height can reach from 1.5 to 4 tall. It is used as ornamental plant.
Cassia floribunda is indigenous to America from Mexico to Brazil, occasionally planted in gardens in W. Pakistan.
It has common names such as Golden Showy Cassia, Devils Finger.
It has linear , falcate stipules of 8-9 mm long . It has small, coarse leaves
Cassia floribunda 's flowers are yellow and last for a long period of time. It blooms from Early summer to Late Fall.
It is a plant resistant to drought, and has low water requirements.
C. floribunda prefer sandy loam to clay loam soils, with normal to moist soil.