Shrub, 1.5m tall. Yellow, pea shaped flowers with fuzzy calyx. Sprawling habit, stems densely spiney, bark rough
Found in wet meadow between Lagunitas parking lot and Bon Tempe valves.
Lake Lagunitas parking lot between handicap space and kiosk. Plants range from 4-24" tall; leaves lobed-dissected, siliques ascending/appressed
From past files .
Almost flowering, yellow with brown stripes, outside of plot area.
Dried fruit, no leaves.
In fruit . We saw only one blossom .
Seeds mostly fallen.
Dead and down.
Marin Flora ( 2007 edition ) says that this is the last species in the county to bloom .
All alone in a sea of coyote brush.
Under coast live oak and bay laurel.
With reddish-orange tinge to flowers; looks like a cultivar.
Plants to 4 ft. tall.
Growing in wet edge of grassland.