The Dirty Gardener Common Vetch Wildflowers, 400 Seeds
Common Vetch (Vicia sativa ssp. segetalis). As with most other vetches the leaves of common vetch consist of many paired leaflets and a branched tendril at the tip, which it uses to scramble over other plants. The purple flowers, which are usually in pairs but occasionally solitary, are in bloom from May to September. Our plants belong to the commonest and must widespread of the sub-species found in Britain. Apr. 50 seeds per gm.
- Common vetch wildflowers are native to Britain but do well in the States
- An annual which blooms all summer from May to September
- Grows from 1 to 2.5 feet tall using tendrils to cling to adjacent plants
- Easy to grow and requires little maintenance