Hort. Brit. 112 (1827)
Erect shrub to 3 m tall; stems numerous, glabrescent, ribbed. Leaves trifoliolate and shortly petiolate on lower stems, 1-foliolate and subsessile higher up; leaflets linear-lanceolate or narrow-oblong, to c. 12 mm long, to c. 4 mm wide, sessile, silvery-silky, apex acute or obtuse; stipules absent. Flowers 1–3 per leaf-axil, arranged in long, interrupted raceme; pedicels slender, 3–6 mm long; calyx 2–3 mm long, sparsely hairy, lips about equal in length; corolla white, c. 10 mm long; standard elliptic, glabrous. Pod linear-oblong, 20–30 mm long, 4–6 mm wide, appressed-silky; seeds mostly 3–6, ovoid to globose, c. 2.5 mm long, compressed, olive-green. Flowers Sep.–Dec.
*CVU, *Gold, *VVP. Native to Spain, Portugal, France. Currently known from 2 infestations in Victoria, at Creswick and near Castlemaine, where it grows near watercourses.
|Bioregion||Occurrence status||Establishment means|
|Victorian Volcanic Plain||present||naturalised|
|Central Victorian Uplands||present||naturalised|