it grows to 8' to 10' high and wide, I include it with perennials since
I cut mine back to the ground whenever it gets too big. These are
often seen in old gardens because they are so durable and can survive with
no human attention. Do not fertilize them since they are in the Legume
Family. Grows in full sun to half-day sun. Looks best if given
a deep watering every two weeks during a dry summer.
(Feed with 3 Agriform
2-year fertilizer tablets at the bottom of the hole at planting time.)