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Partridge Pea


 - Outsidepride Partridge Pea - 1000 Seeds
Outsidepride Partridge Pea - 1000 Seeds

Partridge Peas, or Cassia fasciculata, are versatile and have many uses for a variety of settings. Some of these uses include: wildlife habitat improvement, erosion control, and roadside improvements. Because the seed or pea remains in good condition during winter and early spring, Partridge Pea seed is one of the major food sources of quail species and other birds. Partridge Pea seeds are nutritious and their digestibility is generally high. Partridge Peas often grow in dense stands, producing cover for upland game birds, small mammals, small non-game birds, and waterfowl. It is also attractive and adds a natural beauty to landscape settings. The flowers are rich in nectar and are important to bees and butterflies. Plant the seed directly outdoors in late winter or early spring before frost season has ended. Rake the seed under the soil ¼ inch. With a temperature of 55F, germination is usually within 28 days. Partridge Pea prefers full sun and it is not picky about soil conditions.

  • Color: Yellow
  • Brand: Outsidepride
  • ASIN: B006F6N4AG
  • UPC: 678482969346
 - The Dirty Gardener Partridge Pea Seeds - 1 Pound
The Dirty Gardener Partridge Pea Seeds - 1 Pound

From The Dirty Gardener- Partridge Pea Description: This native annual plant is-1/2-2' tall, branching occasionally. They have petioles with nectaries that attract insects. Each compound leaf has up to 20 leaflets, which are somewhat sensitive to touch. A leaflet is about 2/3" long and 1/3" across. It is hairless and oblong. The bright yellow flowers appear along the major stems near the axils of the leaves. They are about 1" across, and have an open, irregular shape. Each flower has 5 rounded petals that vary in relative size, and there are about 10 reddish stamens. There is no floral scent. The blooming period is quite long, from mid-summer to fall. During the fall, pods develop that are initially hairy green, but later become hairless and dark brown. They are about 2å_" long, å_" across, and rather flat. The preference is full sun and average to dry conditions. The soil can contain sand, loam, gravel, or clay, to which this plant will add nitrogen. It favors poor soil because of reduced competition from other plants. Partridge Pea is easy to grow, but can spread readily in dry, open situations. It's not usually bothered by disease. Range & Habitat: Partridge Pea is widespread and locally common in Illinois, except in some northern counties, where it is uncommon or absent (se...

  • Color: Yellow
  • Brand: The Dirty Gardener
  • ASIN: B00PG2VTD4
 - Partridge Pea- 50 Seeds
Partridge Pea- 50 Seeds

  • ASIN: B01MFHUITJ
 - Everwilde Farms - 300 Partridge Pea Native Wildflower Seeds - Gold Vault Jumbo Seed Packet
Everwilde Farms - 300 Partridge Pea Native Wildflower Seeds - Gold Vault Jumbo Seed Packet

This nitrogen-fixing legume often grows in recently burned prairie soil, helping to rebuild the nutrients of the soil until slower growing plants have become established; it has also been used to provide erosion control on riverbanks, sandy slopes, or bluffs. Its seed pods attract many wild birds including partridges, explaining its common name of Partridge Pea. In addition to being a good source of nectar for honeybees, this plant is a larval host for Sulphur, Gray Hairstreak, Ceraunus Blue, and Sleepy Orange species of butterfly. Its sensitive foliage wilts slightly when touched or brushed against.

  • Brand: Everwilde Farms
  • ASIN: B00HME7IW0
  • UPC: 611355557271
 - Partridge Pea (Cassia fasciculata), Seed Packet, True Native Seed
Partridge Pea (Cassia fasciculata), Seed Packet, True Native Seed

Partridge Pea is a 2' to 4' tall, prolific self-seeding, native annual. It has large numbers of showy yellow petals with red centers. Partridge Pea flowers in the summer and prefers dry to medium soils and full sun sites. Partridge Pea is a legume and benefits the soil by fixing nitrogen. While local ecotypes of this plant are good garden plants, some cultivars of this plant can reach heights of 6' and can become invasive and dominant, crowding out other desirable species. This is a very important component in the diets of quail, turkey, and other birds. Deer browse the foliage to a moderate degree. The numerous spreading branches from the upper part of the plant stem make this plant a good cover species for quail.

  • Brand: Roundstone Native Seed LLC
  • ASIN: B00BJ978J2
 - 300 Sensitive Partridge Pea Chamaecrista Flower Seeds
300 Sensitive Partridge Pea Chamaecrista Flower Seeds

The 1" flowers of the Partridge Pea are a bright bold yellow & are an important honey plant for bees. The seeds of this plant are an important food source for bobwhite quails & are also eaten by pheasants and other birds. The fern-like leaves of the Partridge Pea are somewhat sensitive & will partially close when they are touched similar to the Mimosa.

  • Brand: 1lucky1972
  • ASIN: B07KD24652
  • UPC: 658776843606
 - 300 Seeds Partridge Pea - Sleeping Plant/Beach Sensitive Pea - Chamaecrista Fasciculata Yellow
300 Seeds Partridge Pea - Sleeping Plant/Beach Sensitive Pea - Chamaecrista Fasciculata Yellow

  • Brand: RTR_BRKH
  • ASIN: B07TT1BS3S
 - Partridge Pea 50 Fresh Seeds Yellow Flower
Partridge Pea 50 Fresh Seeds Yellow Flower

Other Common Names: Sleeping Plant, Beach Sensitive Pea Duration: Annual Bloom Time: Fall Height: 12" to 36" Spacing: 15" to 18" Light: Full Sun to Part Shade Soil Moisture: Medium to Dry USDA Zone: 3a-10b Germination: No pre-treatment needed. Scarify. Sow seeds just below soil surface at 70F and water.

  • Brand: seedsplusmore
  • ASIN: B07F83Q3RM
 - 100 Seeds Chamaecrista Fasciculata Partridge Pea
100 Seeds Chamaecrista Fasciculata Partridge Pea

  • Brand: Javagado Land
  • ASIN: B07RGL1RWY
  • UPC: 788014061384
 - Partridge Pea Guerrilla Droppings - Seed Pellets for Guerrilla Gardening (Chamaecrista fasciculata)
Partridge Pea Guerrilla Droppings - Seed Pellets for Guerrilla Gardening (Chamaecrista fasciculata)

Partridge Pea is a versatile plant and important conservation species that provides cover for small animals, showy yellow flowers, and is an important source of nectar for bees. Its flowers do not produce nectar, but glands at the base of the leaves. As a legume, it facilitates the addition of nitrogen to soils. Ecology: • Zone 4-9 • Will grow throughout the Eastern US • Thrives in varied soil conditions • Full Sun to Part Shade • well-drainingsoils • Duration: Annual • Sow: Spring, after frost. Coverage 100+ square feet and is equivalent in coverage to 100 seed balls. A note about Guerrilla Droppings: Guerrilla Droppings, protect the seeds from erosion, foraging, and many other factors. This protective property often results in a slower germination cycle. Wildflowers are also highly variable in their germination rates. Please be patient with your droppings. If you placed them in a suitable location, soil, and climate, when the seeds are ready, they will grow! OUR PROMISE We guarantee your satisfaction and will provide a full refund or replace your Guerrilla Droppings if your are not satisfied. Just contact us with your questions and we will work out a solution! We want your Guerrilla Droppings to grow!

  • Color: Orange
  • Brand: Guerrilla Droppings
  • ASIN: B01C978O22
  • UPC: 687077763054

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