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Is this siberian pea shrub?

 
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The parent plant had yellow flowers but no thorns that I could see.
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It sure looks like one.  I am by no means an expert, but plant ID is one of my hobbies.   Is there a terminal leaf at the end?   Is it a shrub?
I am in zone 7b, and though I know yours is not the same plant, the leaves look quite a bit like the beach pea we have here.
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Try this link.  It has a great step-by-step identification tool.
 
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Stem looks like black locusts to me
 
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I ve never grown siberian peashrub, but to me it looks like a carob tree. The leaflets are slightly concave at the end. What did you all grow, where is it from?
 
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The only Siberian Pea shrub I have seen has yellow flowers...they are prolific in Norther Alberta
 
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The flowers were most definitely bright yellow, not white or pale yellow. It had a terminal leaf at the end of each set of leaflets and no thorns that I could see. The plant was a multi-stemmed shrub, maybe 8 feet tall, growing in an area with 0 irrigation, in sand on the edge of a stone cliff and against a brick retaining wall facing south. It was close to a small pistachio grove.
 
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Susan Mené wrote:Try this link.  It has a great step-by-step identification tool.

Link, please?
 
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