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Can anyone identify this Variety of Sesbania growing in daughters garden


  • Do you live in the UK?
    i don’t recognise the plant at all but I expect someone will come along soon with a answer.
  • Yes, she is in Thornton near Fleetwood in Lancashire. The whole garden was planted in the 1950’s with exotics such as Tree Peony, Tassle Tree together with Laburnum, Camelias etc. 
  • MarlorenaMarlorena Posts: 7,450
    I only know Sesbania punicea, which is a bit more orange-y than yours is showing.  See if it turns orange later...  I wasn't aware of any other Sesbania available to UK growers however I'm not in touch with these plants too much..
    East Anglia, England
  • What is so peculiar about this one is the very tiny leaf and the almost contorted twigs. They stayed yellow last year so think that must be the true colour.
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