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Anthyllis vulneraria   

From the Balkan mountains, mats of green foliage bear large clover heads of yellow-orange, May-June. Grows 6-8”. 

    Common Name:Kidney Vetch
    Hardiness Zones:4-9
    Deer Resistant:No
Growing Tips: Plant in moist, well drained, sandy loam soil.

About Anthyllis: While there are many species of Anthyllis, the ones in cultivation are the most prized for their bright cheery colors. These handsome, clump forming, small plants are profuse bloomers. Highly desirable for the garden, they work equally well in rock or alpine troughs and gardens. Looks nice tucked in crevices or cracks in stonewalls.