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Sensory plant, Partridge Pea or Chamaecrista fasciculata is a leguminous plant of the family Fabaceae.
It is a plant native to the eastern United States.
It produces beautiful yellow flowers in summer.
This sensory plant is 50 cm tall.
Seeds of Chamaecrista are brown and resemble those of golden rain tree or yellow pitaya.
Chamaecrista fasciculata is also an excellent plant for improving soil quality because it captures and stores nitrogen.
It is a honey plant very recognized in the United States.
Sowing seeds of Chamaecrista fasciculata:
Start by soaking the sensory plant seeds for 24 hours in warm water.
Then bury the seeds under a 5-millimeter depth in a pot filled with horticultural compost.
Finally, put the culture pots under a mini-greenhouse at a temperature of 20 to 27 ° C.
Seed germination of Partridge Pea will occur after 2 to 4 weeks.
Once Partridge Pea plant are 15 cm high, it will be possible to plant them in the ground in a sunny place.
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