Botanical name: Smithia bigemina Family: Fabaceae (Pea family)
Double Paired Smithia is an annual herb, 15-30 cm tall, with bristly branches. Leaves are strange, with two pairs of almost stalkless leaflets, 9-12 mm long, 4.5-9 mm broad. The species name bigemina precisely means double paired. Leaflets are obovate, serrated, tip blunt and bristle-pointed, base rounded or subacute. Inflorescence is a 2-8-flowered peduncled axillary cyme. Calyx bristly 2-lipped ; lower 3-lobed ; upper slightly emarginate. Yellow flower tube 4-8 mm long, twice the length of calyx. Stamens 5+5; anthers uniform. Pods 6-8 jointed, joints reticulate. Flowering: September-December.
Identification credit: Dinesh Valke
The flower labeled Double Paired Smithia is ...