Texas mescal bean (Calia secundiflora) is a shrub native to Texas, New Mexico and Mexico, and a member of the legume family. It has very fragrant flowers that hang in long bunches from the branches.
They are popular ornamental plants, and I saw this one in Ethel M's Chocolate Factory and Cactus Garden in Las Vegas, NV. Best not to get confused and snack on the plant, as they are highly poisonous. They contain the alkaloid cytisine, which is closely related to nicotine.
Happy Bokeh Wednesday!