Illinois bundleflower is a warm season, self-pollinating, herbaceous, perennial, leguminous forb.
Multiple stems grow from a woody caudex which is attached to the perennial root system of this legume species.
Stems are glabrous, angled, longitudinally grooved and erect.
The plant stands .6 to 1.3 meters in height.
Its bipinnately compound leaves are alternately attached to the stem.
Leaves are sensitive to external stimuli such as sunlight or touch which causes infolding of the leaflets.
Flowers are white and five parted with 5 sepals, petals and stamens.
The peduncles or stalks supporting the inflorescences are located in the leaf axil.
The white globose heads produce clustered flat scythe-shaped pods which are slightly spirally twisted.
Two to several seeds are contained within the dry dehiscent pods.
The dark brown pods are broadly oblong and flat being 3 to 4 times longer than wide.
Seeds are brown and 3 to 5 mm long, nearly as wide and mature in August.Full sun 50 seeds in package
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