Pussyfoot, Stinking Prairie-clover Dalea obovata can be found in the Lambert’s front acreage, and around, along Oakridge Road. And probably elsewhere because this plant is endemic to Texas and particularly loves the sandy soil and scattered oaks of the ranch. This perennial herb is a member of the pea family. At the ranch it typically flowers in the spring with whitish flowers, going to seed in late summer. Elsewhere, flowering has been recorded from April until October. Plants can reach 1′ to 2′ tall. They are particularly beneficial to bees.
Thank you Glenda for the great picture.
I found an additional picture that allows permission to post, of a larger plant, just for comparison of size:
Now regardless of time of year, you will perhaps be able to see its potential and recognize it a little easier.