The Senna is a large genus of flowering plants in the legume family, Fabaceac. Senna is native throughout the trophies, with only small number of species in the temperate regions. The total number of species is estimated to be about six hundred. Some Senna species are often used as ornamental plants for landscaping. It has various uses for medicinal purposes e.g. for gastric fluid secretion, bowel mobility, laxative action etc. Patricia depicted Senna leaves, flowers, and pods etc. boldly. It is vibrant and colorful. It is much closer to our campaign for fusion. Coeval use of Australian Aboriginal fabric and general floral designs. New innovations for today, tomorrow and forever.