Lotus corniculatus

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Noun1.Lotus corniculatus - European forage plant having claw-shaped pods introduced in AmericaLotus corniculatus - European forage plant having claw-shaped pods introduced in America
genus Lotus, Lotus - annual or perennial herbs or subshrubs
subshrub, suffrutex - low-growing woody shrub or perennial with woody base
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Other legumes such as vetches and birdsfoot trefoil have also been included.
The free seeds include cornflower, field poppy, birdsfoot trefoil, musk mallow and wild red clover and are guaranteed to add a fantastic array of vibrant colour to your garden.
Your free seed mix has been specially created to include flowers that are beneficial for bees, butterflies and moths, such as Field Poppy, Cornflower, Birdsfoot Trefoil, Wild Marjoram, Musk Mallow and many, many more.
Buy seed mixes that contain ox-eye daisies, yarrow, harebells, birdsfoot trefoil, cowslips, lady's bedstraw, betony, yellow rattle and others for waving drifts of colour.
The free seeds include Cornflower, Field Poppy, Birdsfoot Trefoil, Oxeye Daisy and Wild Red Clover and will add a fantastic array of vibrant colour to your garden.
In the refuse area, CONSOL Energy's post mining land use was planned as unmanaged forest land, however, the reclamation team was also able to incorporate a wildlife seed mixture which included birdsfoot trefoil, red clover, yellow clover and white clover.
Sheaffer and Marten (1991) reported that kura clover herbage had greater in vitro digestible dry matter (IVDDM) concentration and similar crude protein (CP) concentration to birdsfoot trefoil (Lotus corniculatus L.
Other AFSRC scientists, including chemist Joyce Foster and animal scientist Kenneth Turner, are evaluating the nutritional and deworming potential of tannin-containing forages, like birdsfoot trefoil for goats.
Birdsfoot trefoil, Queen Anne's lace, hawkweed, fleabane, black-eyed Susan, yellow loosestrife, ragwort, heal-all, meadowsweet and yarrow are putting on a dazzling show there to the delight of native bumblebees.
The Deputy Mayor and Mayoress of South Tyneside, Councillor Tom Pigott and his wife Alma, tried their hand at planting birdsfoot trefoil plants into recycled plastic milk cartons with the help of vol-unteers.
Then chapters focus in turn on alfalfa, wheatgrass and wildrye grasses, bahiagrass, Brachiaria, birdsfoot trefoil, clover, Bermudagrass, and ryegrass.
She added that gardeners could help by growing birdsfoot trefoil, honesty, aubretia, primroses and wallflowers in spring, and hemp agrimonies, cornflowers, Michaelmas daisies and Ice plants later in the year.