Wildflowers of Southern Arizona
Bean (Fabaceae) family.
The flowers are in long, narrow racemes. The individual flowers are pea-like and 1/4 inch (7 mm) long. The leaves are green, alternate, and pinnate with 3 elliptic-oblong to egg-shaped, toothed, point-tipped leaflets. The stems are long, slender, and held upright.
Santa Catalina Mountains.
Location: On shoulder of Catalina Highway at 5266 ft;
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