This strange looking little yellow flower with its lovely fronds of leaves appeared in my rewilded garden not long ago. The fern-like leaves look like those on the sensitive plant to me, but they don’t react to a touch. Apparently these do produce a pod (pea?) and these are eaten by (surprise!) partridges and other such birds. I don’t know how this has grown in this wet summer, as it is supposedly drought resistant but clearly it is a hardy little plant and I hope to see it in that patch for years to come. If you haven’t seen these before, as I hadn’t, then I’m glad to introduce you to this little beauty. Have a lovely day, friends. View all posts on the Home page. A Flower a Day #364
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