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Hoita (leather-root)

Wikipedia Abstract

Hoita is a small genus of legumes containing three species. They bear attractive purple or fuchsia flowers in large inflorescences similar to those of kudzu. They are known commonly as scurfpeas or leather-roots and are closely related to the psoraleas. They are found almost exclusively in California.
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Species

Hoita macrostachya (large leather-root) (Attributes)
Hoita orbicularis (roundleaf leather-root) (Attributes)

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