There’s a lot to admire about Amicia zygomeris. It’s like a woody clover on steroids. It can easily get to about 6 feet tall by the time its yellow pea family flowers appear in autumn. Its red veined stipules are eye-catching for much of the year. Its foliage folds up at night. It hails from Mexico but is pretty hardy, I find. It should be more widely grown, in my humble opinion.