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A European native species, spotted at the Wellington Botanic gardens.
Spring Vetch seen at the Lafayatte ...
Small, may be 3 inches tall. Weedy.
Connecterra, Hoge Kempen, Maasmechelen.
Field area near the dunes (sandy)
Something in the pea family?
Weedy yet colorful plant of the pea/legume family. Invasive in Alaska.
A tall, pea-like plant that has cascading purple pea-flower shaped flowers.
Purple flowers hanging down. Plant grows as a sort of creeper.
Vine with thin green leaves and purple flowers.
small purple flowers pea like plant which uses tendrils
Climbing herb with long spikes of purple/blue flowers.
Bright purple flower growing on a vine. Pea family I think
Bees love it! It is an introduced perennial member of the pea family.
In the tufted
typical creeping, vine-like appearance of the
The plant is fast-growing and flowers prolifically, sending out 10 to 40 ...
Is similar to a pea in growth habit, sending out noose-like tendrils from the ...
Pea-related plant. It grows one-sided racemes of cascading pea-flower shaped ...
The bees have a body length of 13 - 15 mm (females) or 12 - 15 mm (male). The ...
Meadow Vetchling Lathyrus pratensis, bitter
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