Alternative Names: Hairy canary clover/Canary clover/Lotus hirsutus
Description: A compact, rounded to spreading, evergreen to semi-evergreen hairy subshrub with pinnate, hairy leaves divided into five elliptic to narrowly ovate, grey-green leaflets and umbels of pea-like, pink-flushed, creamy-white flowers in summer and early autumn followed by reddish-brown seed pods.
Characteristics: Height 0.6m Spread 1.0m
Position: Full sun. South/West
Soil Moisture: Well-drained
Soil Type: Chalk/Clay/Loam/Sand
Soil PH: Acid/Neutral/Alkaline
Uses: Wallside and trellises/Mediterranean/Cottage/Informal/Conservatory/Coastal/City/Beds and borders
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