A British wildflower with yellow and orange tinged flowers all summer from May to August. These are nitrogen-fixing plants and can be seen growing in grasslands on average to nutrient-poor soils. Pollinators love these plants.
Birdís Foot Trefoil grows best in meadows and flowery lawns, tolerating some cutting and grazing. The plants make good ground cover.
Pack of approx 300 seeds. Sow in spring or autumn. Sowing instructions and a colour photo are printed on the packet.
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