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Lotus corniculatus. Perennial. The common name of this familiar plant is a useful guide to its identification. Birdsfoot refers to the radiating seed pods that are said to look like bird’s feet whilst trefoil describes the leaf which is divided into three leaflets. Its other name of Eggs and Bacon is also descriptive as the mature flower is usually the colour of egg yolk whilst the bud is often red. Birdsfoot trefoil can be distinguished from the other common Lotus, Greater birdsfoot trefoil, in having a smaller stature, lighter green foliage and a solid stem.
Creeping yellow-flowered perennial, flowering in grassy places from May to September. 500 seeds per gram.
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Sow Birdsfoot trefoil seeds in Spring or Autumn in seed trays and cover lightly with compost. Usually this is one of the easiest wildflowers to germinate and given the right conditions seedlings will often appear within days of sowing. Seedlings, which are quick to develop, can be pricked out and grown on, for planting out later in the year. Seeds will also store well if kept dry and cool.