A very recently discovered and yet unnamed species discovered by Darrell Probst, who introduced it in 2010. Not wanting to make things complicated, but normally this new species has three leaflets, this particular selection, however, has only one - it’s that simple. To make things more dramatic, these simple leaves are very glossy, evergreen and up to 6" long! On top of all that, flowers stems rise 4-5" above the foliage, displaying medium-large sulphur-yellow flowers with long, curved spurs. Spreads 4-8" a year.