Scientific Name: Melilotus officinalis
Common Names: Yellow Sweetclover, White Sweet Clover, honey-clover, White Melilot
This flower blooms in spring and summer and reaches up to four feet high at maturity. Sweet smell. Commonly found in fields and prairies, it cannot tolerate too much shade. It is toxic to cattle when moldy, however it has some medicinal properties and is an important source of nectar to bees.
Bloom Color(s): yellow, white
Foliage Color(s): Gray-Green
Plant Height: up to 4 ft.
Bloom Period: May to October
Plant Family: Fabaceae
Growth Habit: Forb/herb
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