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A tough perennial native to Western Europe, has hairy leaves divided into 5 leaflets. Bears yellow sometimes reddish tinged pea flowers each head comprising of 5 - 12 flowers. Seed pods turn purple/black and are held like a birds foot.
Good plant for pondside planting, natural habitat is damp grassland.
This plant has been said to grow in the following regions: