Native of Europe.
Occurrence: Widespread in degraded bushland, bushland valley floors, grassland and waste areas.
Angular Pea is a common weed in the Castlemaine district, but is mostly uncommon elsewhere. The often variegated blue to purple pea flowers, the angular stems, and the paired leaflets make this a distinctive plant.Sweet Pea Lathyrus odoratus is a much larger plant.
Photo 1: Angular Pea. Mt Alexander golf links. The long, narrow paired leaflets are distinctive.
2: McKittricks Road, Faraday. 3: Mt Tarrengower.