A field of sea pinks and Birds Foot Trefoil

"A field of sea pinks and Birds Foot Trefoil" 28/05/2012 - by richard

Oh how I’m enjoying this weather. Did you know that Birds Foot Trefoil is a Perennial member of the Pea family. Also known as Bacon and Eggs, Fingers and Thumbs, Birds Claws, Cats Claws, and Lady’s Slipper – in fact the plant has over 70 different English names.

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