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Partridge Pea

Chamaecrista fasciculata is the botanical name of the plant that is more commonly known as Partridge Pea. The plant originates from the eastern America. Being an annual it is capable to attain the height up to 50 cm. 

It gives rise to vivid yellow blossoms that are nearly 1 in wide and irregularly-shaped. Every bloom is made up of 5 round petals that range in relative size, and 10 reddish stamens.

The flowers lack any smell. The Partridge pea's delicate stems are not covered by hairs, emerging they are in pale green color, within time they turn into reddish brown.

The alternatively arranged leaves come from medium to deep green cues. Every leaf consists of up to 20 leaflets. 

Partridge pea is quite uncommon plant flowering from the early summer to the first frosty days.

Partridge Pea Flowers
Partridge Pea Flower

Partridge Pea - Chamaecrista Fasciculata
Chamaecrista fasciculata

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