Tuesday, 3 July 2018

American Vetch

    During the summer each wildflower has it’s time to bloom, and currently one of those that is showing off it’s colors is the American Vetch.  It is a viny member of the pea family that tangles its way along the side of the road or the edge of a field with small columns of magenta flowers.  I always enjoy seeing the purplish tinted clumps of vetch among the other wild flowers that are presently blooming.  

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