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Tirilltunge (Lotus corniculatus) tilhører ertefamilirn. Fotografert 14. juli 2015.

In Great Britain this plant is "Eggs and bacon" amongst some other names. Belongs to the pea family. Photographed 14th of July 2015.

Too beautiful not to share #wisteria #peafamily

.....Where there is hatred, let me sow love; where there is injury, pardon; where there is doubt, faith; where there is despair, hope; where there is darkness, light; where there is sadness, joy.

#Caesalpinia_pulcherrimais #flowering_plant #peafamily, #Fabaceae #poinciana #peacock_flower #red_bird_of_paradise #mexican_bird_of_paradise #dwarf_poinciana #pride_of_Barbados #nikonphoto

Another pretty one growing out here in the desert. Floral emblem of South Australia. #sturtsdesertpea #swainsonaformosa #peafamily

Pea shelling family!!! #peafamily

Geoffrea decorticans fruit is littering the ground, providing food for any critter that happens by--even humans. #edibledesert #legumes #peafamily #chañar

Niat mao besuk malah ngeband 😂😂
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#peafamily

Enjoy the little things 💜 #wisteria #peafamily

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.....Where there is hatred, let me sow love; where there is injury, pardon; where there is doubt, faith; where there is despair, hope; where there is darkness, light; where there is sadness, joy.

#Caesalpinia_pulcherrimais #flowering_plant #peafamily, #Fabaceae #poinciana #peacock_flower #red_bird_of_paradise #mexican_bird_of_paradise #dwarf_poinciana #pride_of_Barbados #nikonphoto

These are the stunning flowers of the pride of Burma tree (Amherstia nobilis). Also known as the orchid tree, this amazing species is native to the tropical forests of Burma (now known as Myanmar). It is frequently cited as one of the most beautiful trees in the world and I can see why. The spotted flowers range from salmon to crimson color with bright yellow splotches on the tips of the three top petals. Sometimes there is a patch of vibrant fuchsia between these two colors. I also love how the two lower petals spiral into tight coils! Unsurprisingly, these trees are cultivated as ornamentals in various tropical regions in the world. Here in Hawaii, you can expect to see the amazing hanging flower clusters (inflorescences) between December and March. The exact geographic range, number of individuals and health of the wild population is a bit of a mystery. This species has only been collected from the wild a handful of times and it is primarily known from cultivation. I have posted photos of two different plants with slightly different flower colors. The salmon colored flowers where photographed on 12/9/16 at Ho’omaluhia botanical garden and the crimson flowers where photographed on 3/9/17 at Waimea Valley.

#thespeedofplant #botany #biology #plants #plantlife #botanizing #nature #educational #plantoftheday #photooftheday #botanicalgarden#hoomaluhiabotanicalgarden #waimeavalley #hawaii #oahu #flowers #prideofburma #orchidtree #tropical #burma #myanmar #tree #ornamental #cultivated #amherstia #amherstianobilis #fabaceae #peafamily

Plant Identification: Pea Family
Crotalaria pallida/Smooth rattlebox

Pay attention to the ways in which plants express themselves.. through Divine Patterns!

Flowers of the pea family have 5 petals that form a distinctive "banner, wings and keel". The banner is a single petal with two lobes.. appearing to be two that are fused together. Two more petals form the "wings" and the remaining two petals form the keel and are usually fused together. The pictured rattlebox is a classic example.

#plantfamilies #botany #peafamily #plantidentification

The polypore with mustard yellow spores. My new love. Mustard haters to the back please. Who are you!? Looks like it could be an #ischnoderma but the spore color don't match. In love. This is growing on a #locust family tree, or #peafamily tree. In the heart of the city of #thessaloniki
Mediterranean fungi I got so much to learn and this year wasn't the best because it didn't rain mush and I couldn't learn all I could.
No snow, no rain, don't expect to find anything for your dinner plate.
#smugtownmushrooms #fungi #mycology #polypore #polyporaceae #hellas #greece

Hi folks! It was a gloriously sunny day yesterday and I thought you might like a peak at my other job, I work part time on a beautiful Sssi sight helping maintain the wildlife habitats, I mainly do weeding and this is where I was pulling up grass yesterday so that the horse shoe vetch can spread out, this is a dragon my father designed for the magical area, and that's him peaking over the top where he had been hiding for 5 minutes so he could scare me, which he successfully did 😂 #sssi #sightofspecialinterest #myjobisbetter #dragon #horseshoevetch #vetch #peafamily #gardening #gardener #wildflowers #wildflower #wildflowernursery #butterflyfood #whereiwork

Today, 7 years ago I met @taboo (nuestro mexicano más chingón) @dantesantiago and @kharris2047 in Argentina. So shocking and unforgettable!Thanks for be so sweet with us Tab. Missing @bep tours so much... La peafamily latina miss you and we are still here waiting for you ❤
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#BlackEyedPeas #Taboo #Jaime #Dante #Keith #Peabodies #Peafamily #TheENDTour #2010 #Argentina #Uruguay #Mexico #TheBestOneYet

Even though the ground is carpeted by fallen leaves hop clovers are still able to find their way through.
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#powdermillnaturereserve #carnegiemuseum #flower #hopclover #hop #clover #fall #leaves #peafamily #yellow #autumn

The tiny plugs survived and bloomed! #tinyplugs #planted #yellow #native #peafamily #wootwoot

Happy Saturday!
Redbud 'Forest Pansy' in my #forestgarden this morning. Can't get enough of this fall color, these dendritic lines. In spring this tree has edible magenta flowers, good for sprinkling on salads. They taste like green beans!
#fabaceae #peafamily #foodforest #ediblelandscaping #urbanhomestead #fallcolor #cercis #cerciscanadensis #cerciscanadensisforestpansy #heart #autumn #resiliencedesign

I finally got some decent photos of the impressive red flower clusters of Brownea hybrida! This large tree is native to Southeast Asia and is cultivated as an ornamental tree in Indonesia and the Philippines. The flower clusters, known botanically as inflorescences, are a gorgeous red color and hang down as a tightly packed half sphere. It’s really quite distinctive and beautiful! As the scientific name Brownea hybrida suggests, this species is believed to be a hybrid. It is unclear what the parent species are but Brownea grandiceps is probably one of them. I have actually photographed these flowers 3 or 4 times before this but the photos always came out blurry because they were too high in the tree or washed out because they were backlit. I finally found a flower cluster low enough and with decent lighting to get a good shot! I couldn’t find a common name but I’m sure they exist because of its use as an ornamental. If anyone happens to know please comment! Also, I posted a close relative of this species, Brownea macrophylla, on 3/27/17. I actually think it’s even more impressive. Check it out if you missed it! Photographed:10/11/17.

#thespeedofplant #botany #biology #plants #plantlife #botanizing #nature #flowers #plantoftheday #photooftheday #botanicalgardens #wahiawabotanicalgarden #hawaii #oahu #tropical #flowers #southeastasia #indonesia #philippines #ornamental #tree #hybrid #brownea #browneahybrida #fabaceae #peafamily

I should of known it was going to be a good day when I woke up to THIS sitting next to the coffee machine ❤️❤️❤️. #hapeafriday #peafamily #pealove #peajokes #peapun

Cada visita internacional se convierte en una seguidilla de juntadas, comilonas, risas y buenos recuerdos #peafamily #peas #peabodies #bep #family #friends #boys #girls #cutefaces #love #friendship #indahouse #internationallove #risas #unocards #hangout #fun #amigos #amistad

One of my absolute favorite native Hawaiian plants, ʻohai (Sesbania tomentosa)! This species is native to the 8 main Hawaiian Islands as well as two of the northwest Hawaiian Islands (Nihoa and Necker islands). Sadly it is now extinct on the islands of Lana‘i & Ni‘ihau. Like so many plant species in Hawaii, ʻohai is federally listed as endangered with an estimated wild population of 2,000-3,000. You will find these beauties growing along the coast on sandy beaches, dunes and occasionally at the edges of small ponds. These plants can be quite variable in appearance. The flower color can range from salmon with streaks of yellow, orange-red, deep red, and even yellow. The leaves can vary in the density of reflective hairs which can make them range in color from silvery to green. Finally, though these plants usually grow as sprawling shrubs there is a tree form from the island of Molokai called arborea. This individual is from the Oahu population. Why do I love this plant so much? The reflective leaves are super cool but their best feature is definitely their smell. On hot sunny days the new leaves give off a light sweet fragrance that I absolutely love. You have to get really close to smell it but it’s well worth crouching down to get a whiff. I do every time is see this species! Photographed: 7/14/17.

#thespeedofplant #botany #biology #plants #plantlife #botanizing #nature #flowers #plantoftheday #photooftheday #nativehawaiianplants #ohai #oahu #hawaii #endangered #endangeredspecies #coastal #beach #silvery #shrub #tree #smellsgood #leaves #flowers #sesbania #sesbaniatomentosa #fabaceae #peafamily

I'm still abuzz from my Out of Acadia blissful moments, such as photographing flowers with macro lenses including the Lensbaby system! Last summer, I visited the John Denver Park in Aspen, Colorado, and was captivated by the beds of lupines there. Cant wait for my Lensbabies to arrive! #denaporterphotography #lupine #flowers #colorado #johndenverpark #aspen @seeinanewway

These are the intensely yellow flowers of the yeheb nut bush (Cordeauxia edulis). It is native to the dry regions of Ethiopia and Somalia. It’s an important food plant in its native range mostly unknown in much of the rest of the world. Despite the common name this plant does not produce nuts. It is actually a member of the pea family (Fabaceae) and it produces pods with 1-3 beans inside. The pods are collected and opened to remove the beans. The beans are then dried and the outer husk is cracked and removed. The beans are most commonly roasted or boiled before consumption. They taste very nutty which explains the common name. Aside from the beans: the wood is a preferred source of firewood and the leaves can be brewed into a tea or used as animal feed. Interestingly, the leaves are covered in thousands of red glands. The pigment in these glands makes a great reddish-orange dye but its effects inside the body are pretty interesting. Animals which regularly eat the leaves of this species have orange teeth and pink bones! Also, their urine is purple! That is a powerful pigment. In Somalia and Saudi Arabia the pink bones are considered a mark of high quality meat. What a cool species. I really want to taste this one now! Photographed: 9/26/17.

#thespeedofplant #botany #biology #plants #plantlife #botanizing #nature #flowers #plantoftheday #photooftheday #botanicalgardens #kokocraterbotanicalgarden #hawaii #oahu #yehebnut #legume #beans #ethiopia #somalia #desertplant #edible #ethnobotany #tea #dye #dyeplant #cordeauxia #cordeauxiaedulis #fabaceae #peafamily

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In Sweety Image version

Thanks Sweety @vindy_putri

#purpletime #gift #peafamily #pea #janganlupabahagia #victor #art

Lupine are colorful members of the pea family. Their roots fix nitrogen and can also be used to make a blue dye. Their flowers are a favorite of bees and other pollinators. Lupine are some of the most common (and beloved!) wildflowers in the west. 💚 Thanks for being you, Lupine!
#wildflowers #flowers #lupine #plantidentification #plants #wilderness #peafamily #gettingtoknowyournonhumanneighbors #plantlife #deepecology #senseofplace #earthly #healthyearthhealthyyou

Run .... Evening Run .... #run #sore #blackid #recovery #peafamily ..
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📷 : @ifanpadja

Kowhai: the colour yellow in te reo Māori. Kowhai is also the Maori name for the Sophora species native to New Zealand. This tree, Sophora microphylla, is at the height of bloom right now and is a special favourite of mine. Remains of a trunk twice the width of what exists, suggests this tree is over 200 years old. The idea of connecting with something, possibly living before European settlement is poignant for me, an immigrant without historic roots in this country. It is remarkable that this tree survived the construction of the river stopbank during the Depression years as it is right at the base of the bank. It has only occurred to me recently that maybe it was intentionally saved - protected as taonga (prized resource) by someone who valued it. It is after all very close - as the crow flies - to Kaiapoi Pa, a nationally important stone trading centre.The tree must be a remnant of groves that would have existed along the river flats. A few old scattered trees can be seen between Tulls Rd and the Ashley bridge on State Highway 1. What if these groves were the signal, close to home, that the trail of yellow was opening up through the mountains - safe passage after winter to the pounamu (jade) grounds of the West Coast? All of these trees were old enough to resist the depredations of introduced farm animals but will not reproduce on that farmland now. I have struck seed from my feature tree but most of the seed is infested - probably by lemon tree borer.
#kowhai #sophoramicrophylla #peafamily #yellowblossom #yellow #rakahuri #ashleyriver #riparianhabitat #ancienttree #homeground

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