Lathyrus pratensis. Meadow vetchling. Peasairín buí.

Lathyrus pratensis. Meadow vetchling. Peasairín buí.

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Description

Common name: Meadow vetchling. Peasairín buí.

General:

This population originates from Co Down. Irish Grid reference: J590492.
Weakly erect perennial. Clusters of bright yellow flowers on long stalks which stick up into the sunshine in your meadow.

Benefits:
Great for bees of all kinds and fixes nitrogen into the soil. An arable edible, has been sown as a fodder crop or as a green manure. This is the host plant for the Wood white butterfly.

Habitat:
Also known as meadow pea, it’s happy in your meadow or other grassy places.

Sowing guidelines:
Sow from late autumn to early spring in trays or modules, prick out into modules, then plant out when large enough.

Cultural history:

Avg contents: 25 seeds.

Additional information

Weight0.006 g
Dimensions10 × 5.6 × 0.5 cm

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