Apart from some of the Hardenbergia plants in flower, this is one of the earliest of the local pea plants to come into flower.
It is a prostrate plant (most of the time), with bright golden orange flowers.
I like the heavily veined leaves of this plant.
This is the flower as seen when one is walking along.
When the seeds are produced, the pods are hairy,
and they have a flattened base, and are roughly flat in cross-section.
There is a depressed line down the centre of the pod.
|Mirbelia platylobioides seed pods|