• Also known as, “Wild alfalfa”, “Wedgeleaf scurfpea”, “Scurfy pea” and “Slimflower scurfpea”.
• Flowers May to September.
• Adapted to sandy or rocky soils in prairies, non-grazed pastures, openings and edges of woodlands.
• Used by deer and antelope but not readily eaten by livestock.
• Drought resistant.