Wild pea Overview
This plant is often found in the wild in Northern Europe. STEM: Climbing, broadly winged. ROOT: Fibrous with tiny nodules. HAIRS: Absent STIPULES: Up to 2cm, slender, pointed, narrow basal lobe. LEAF-STALK: Shorter than leaflets. BRACTS: Small, pointed. FLOWER STALK: Shorter than flower. SEPALS: 5, unequal, bases joined, teeth shorter than tube. PETALS: 5, lowest pair joined, side pair overlap lower. STAMENS: 10, 9 joined at base. STIGMA: 1, style curved, hairy. OVARY: 1, 1-celled SEEDS: 8-14, globular, rough.