Warm season native perennial that is a member of the legume family. Plant is attractive to bees, butterflies, and/or birds. Readily eaten by livestock and has disappeared from much of its native range. Most often found in prairie, sloughs, woodland, and disturbed areas. Tolerant of most soil types except heavy clays. Used in food plots and birds, and some times in wildflower mixes.
|Grow Height||Bloom Period||Growing Regions||Planting Rate |
|2-3''||Spring /Summer||Central US||5 PLS||Yellow|
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