|Phaseolus polystachios||Bean or Pea Family||Leguminosae|
|July - September||Infrequent|
Description: This vine trails to considerable lengths over other plants such as small trees or shrubs. Leaves of three (leaflets) are ovate with acuminate tip and are 2 to 4 inches long. Flowers are a reddish purple about 1/3 inch. The pods are flat, slightly curved about 2 inches in length or more. Seeds are chocolate colored.
Location: Moist soils, rich
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