The plant genus Chamaebatia includes two species of aromatic evergreen shrubs known as mountain misery. This common name in English refers to the strong aroma resulting from brushing against the foliage (the odor is found to be unpleasant by some). They are also known as "bear clover." They are actinorhizal, meaning they are non-legume nitrogen fixers.
- Chamaebatia australis - southern mountain misery
- Chamaebatia foliolosa - Sierra mountain misery, bearclover, kit-kee-dizze
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