Lespedeza is a genus of some 40 species (including nothospecies) of flowering plants in the pea family (Fabaceae), commonly known as bush clovers or (particularly East Asian species) Japanese clovers (hagi). The genus is native to warm temperate to subtropical regions of eastern North America, eastern and southern Asia and Australasia. These shrubby plants or trailing vines belong to the 'typical' legumes (Faboideae), with the peas and beans, though they are part of another tribe, the Desmodieae. Therein, they are treated as type genus of the smaller subtribe Lespedezinae, which unites the present genus and its presumed closest relatives, Campylotropis and Kummerowia.
  • Bush clover that is as cute as it is functional
  • Produces sweet little pink blooms atop viney foliage
  • Helps loosen soil
  • boost its nitrogen levels and helps prevent soil erosion
  • Popular forage plant for cattle

The Dirty Gardener Lespedeza Flowers - 1 Pound

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