Botanical name

Aspalathus ericifolia subsp. ericifolia

Family

Fabaceae

Description

Erect or sprawling shrublet, 20-60cm. Leaves 3-foliolate, leaflets terete, not spine-tipped, linear to ovoid, glabrous or hairy; flowers solitary, scattered at branch ends, pale or bright yellow, wings glabrous,  keel hairy sometimes glabrous, calyx shortly hairy, lobes slender-filiform.

Habitat

Mountain and lowlands

Flower Date

September to November