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Plant Form: Large spreading shrub.
Size: 2-4 m tall.
Stem: Thick, pithy, upright, branching, woody with age.
Leaves: Large 15-40 cm long, compound of 8-12 opposite pairs of leaflets, oblong and veiny with smooth edges.
Flowers: Golden yellow, in 30-60 cm long clusters of 20-40
Fruit and Seeds: Straight or curved cylindrical, 12-16 cm long with wings along length, with numerous flat seeds.
Habitat: Creek lines, roadsides, drainage channels.
Distinguishing Features: Generally has more pairs of leaflets than other Senna species.