Out of Stock until Spring 2022

Senna marilandica

Maryland Senna is a perennial that’s native to Eastern United States. This is a shrubby plant with green to bluish-green leaves. Leaves are arranged into 6-12 pairs of leaflets. It produces yellow flowers, which are then followed by long pea-like seed pods. Seeds are sought after by gamebirds throughout the winter months. In the wild, it’s often found in meadows, open woodlands or thickets. The foliage of Maryland Senna offers as a host plant to several Sulphur butterfly species.

Sun Exposure

Full to Part Sun

Bloom Time

July to August

Soil Moisture

Medium to Dry

Plant Height

1-4 Feet

Host plant to

Sulphur Butterflies