Glycine clandestina – Twining Glycine

To 2M Open twining herb, climbs over other plants. Stems, prostrate or mat-forming. Small stiff three-part leaves along stem. Racemes of small bluish-mauve pea flowers Aug to Feb.

Flowers provide a food source (nectar and pollen) for native insects, including bees and wasps. Can tolerate exposed, moist and windy sites, prefers well-drained soil. Responds well to pruning. Hardy once established.