This invasive Eurasian species of the pea family is found across nearly all of North America, from Mexico to Northern Canada, from the Atlantic to the Pacific Oceans. This beautiful bloomer was found found growing in the Loess Hills region of Southwestern Iowa.
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- Pink Wildflowers, Fabaceae (Peas and Legumes)