Caesalpinia gilliesii Bird of Paradise Bush pint Plant
Pint plant of this shrub Poincinana Gilliesii Caesalpinia Bird of Paradise Bush or Dwarf yellow Poinciana. Upright large shrub to 10 feet tall by 8 feet wide. Clusters of yellow flowers have long red stamens. Quite hardy but ripe seeds are poisonous. Drought tolerant. USDA Zones 9 to 11.Pint plant of this beautiful shrub Poincinana Gilliesii or Bird of Paradise Bush or Dwarf yellow Poinciana. Upright large shrub to 10′ X 8′ wide. Clusters of yellow flowers have long red stamens. A fine textured deciduous shrub for the hottest locations in well-drained soil. Full sun and poor soil – it can take the most impoverished soils and still thrive. It is naturalized in Texas, and fairly common in the rest of the southwestern United States, where it is known as bird of paradise bush, desert bird of paradise, yellow bird of paradise, and barba de chivo. Drought tolerant.USDA Zones 9 – 11.