Common Name: Yellow Peanut Plant, Pinto Peanut
Scientific Name: Arachis Pintoi
Height: 0.2 m
Span: Ground Cover
Growth Rate: 2m per Year
Sun Tolerance: Full Sun, Shade
ABP Index: 1.5 (Aesthetics 2, Solidarity 1)
From the forest of Brazil, the pinto peanut or yellow peanut plant is a creeper that grows on the ground and look like grass from afar. It has little green oval leaves with a distinct whitish vein in the middle of the leave, making look like closed little green eyes covering the ground. Every few green leaves, specks of yellow little 'orchid' looking like flowers protrude 5-7 cm above the green sea. From an ant's view, it look like sunflowers in bloom, a beautiful sea of green and yellow.