A very rarely offered and most unusual plant in the clover family bearing pink and purple flowers above clumps of pinnate leaves. Intriguingly shaped seed pods with deeply-scalloped edges later appear.
Very easily grown, carefree and requiring no maintenance, the plant will succeed in ordinary garden soil, though it prefers a reasonably well-drained and moderately fertile soil.
From the Middle East. Appears to be drought tolerant when established.
Flowers from mid to late-summer.
The photographs show a fantastic two year old plant in our flower bed.
Height and spread: 75cm x 75cm
Common name(s): Biserrula
Toxic if eaten.
Synonym: Biserrula pelecinus