This plant has a strong fragrance
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Horseshoe Vetch Overview
Also known as horseshoe vetch, this species is a low-growing, flowering, perennial shrub that produces many clusters of yellow, strongly scented, pea-like flowers in spherical arrangements radiating from a central stem. Following flowering, narrow seed pods are produced, which upon maturity curl up into U-shapes resembling horseshoes, hence their common name. Foliage is narrow, rounded and divided into leaflets, these are arranged in 4 or 5 pairs, with a single leaflet at the tip.
How to propagate Horseshoe Vetch
Sow the seeds in the spring or the autumn.
Other uses of Horseshoe Vetch
Found in grassland.
Plants for Short Grass Areas