Remember the Cassia tree I staked out a silent auction for? It died, but don’t feel sorry for me, it left behind a lineage. Two months ago, I trimmed back its dead branches to form this au natural bottle tree.See that little squirt of a Cassia tree to the bottom-right? Today, it’s crowding out the bottles.And this formerly flying seed found a home in an empty pot on the other side of the patio. There’s nothing but bright yellow blossoms and butterflies to look forward to with this tree. The original came home with a cloudless sulpher caterpillar attached and attracted butterflies within days. Butterfly gardens usually require a combination of plants, and they take time to establish. A cassia tree is an insta-butterfly garden. It won’t attract more than the sulphur variety, but with their bright yellow and orange wings, they’re enough to enchant any garden.