Common name: Meadow vetchling. Peasairín buí.
Weakly erect perennial. Clusters of bright yellow flowers on long stalks which stick up into the sunshine in your meadow.
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.
Also known as meadow pea, it’s happy in your meadow or other grassy places.
Sow from late autumn to early spring in trays or modules, prick out into modules, then plant out when large enough.
Avg contents: 25 seeds.