Sphaerolobium medium Leafless Pea Endemic
On verges or partially shaded woodland, this is a very common plant sometimes covering a lot of ground. There are usually multiple spikes of the flowers with many florets which can be red, yellow or orange. The stems are cylindrical and not furrowed (terete) and although one of the common names is leafless pea, it sometimes has leaves which have been reduced to scales or flattened stems (phylloclades).
Sphaerolobium medium is found north of Perth, south to Margaret River and beyond throughout wheat belt and the hinterland of south western Australia and along the southern coast to about Albany and dotted here and there beyond that.