Drought tolerant annual often found growing in gravel and roadsides. Small whitish-pink flowers cover bushy plants that grow quickly in the spring. Flowers are frequented by small native bees and other diminutive pollinators.
Width- 12"- 24"
Water: very dry to dry
Sun: full sun to partial shade
Bloom time: lateMay
Direct sowing: best sown in fall. Can be sown in spring if seed is scarified.
Growing transplants: Seeds are not dormant, but benefit from scarifying. Seeds germinate in warm temperatures.
American bird's-foot trefoil