Bird's-Foot Trefoil -1
This pretty little bright yellow flowering pea is an invasive plant from Eurasia and Northern Africa and Africa that has taken over large parts of North America where it was once used to help control soil erosion in agricultural areas. These "escaped" plants were found growing in abundance along Soos Creek in Kent, Washington on a cloudy summer day.
- Rich Leighton
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- 7360x4912 / 39.0MB
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- Contained in galleries
- Yellow Wildflowers, Fabaceae (Peas and Legumes)