Dollar-weed - Dollarleaf
Rhynchosia reniformis (Syn: intermedia)
Fabaceae (Pea) Family

Plant is an upright or reclining perennial. Its preferred habitat is open pine woods and clearings. Distribution is throughout the Escambia region.

Leaves are alternate on the stem; in sets of three; slightly heart-shaped or rhombic
(quadrangular with the lateral angle blunt to nearly rounded) and attached to the leaf stem between the lobes; prominent veins.

Flowers arise from the leaf axil; elongated clusters that open from the base upward. Color is chrome yellow; about one half inch long. Calyx is obvious. Flowers occur in the Summer.

Fruit is a legume.

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