Goat’s Rue (Hoary Pea)
A low, bushy, hairy perennial. Flowers in terminal racemes and others arising from leaf axils, with showy, pea-flower-type blossoms; the standard (larger upper petal) light yellow suffused with pink, and the keel (2 united lower petals) pink or pale purple. Blooms May–August. Leaves alternate, feather-compound, with normally 21 narrowly oblong leaflets, hairy. Fruit small pods to 2 inches long.