Vicia orobus Overview
This species grows as a wild flower in Britain & Northern Europe. A medium erect perennial with unwinged slightly downy stems and leaves ending in a minute point rather than a tendril. The flowers are pink-white in mid summer and yellowish brown pods follow. Found in scrub and amoungst rocks.
How to propagate Vicia orobus
Propagate from seeds.
Perennial species by division in the autumn.
Other uses of Vicia orobus