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Flower Petal # 2
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Vetch
Fabaceae Family
Bean Tree - Locust? Poinciana, Red Bird of Paradise Cassia Easter Cassia Paduak
Mimosa Pudica winged bean (Psophocarpus tetragonolobus) Cape Broom Trifolium small Vine with purple flowers


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Comment: Vetch

Page Posts: 4

Producer
Producer
April 08, 2012


Thanks!

gardengeek
gardengeek
April 08, 2012
I don't think they are edible. Some might require a lot of preparation, others are toxic.

Vetch is in the Fabaceae family, and Snapdragons are in the Plantaginaceae family.
Producer
Producer
April 08, 2012


Thanks

Edible for humans?

And is snapdragon in this family?

gardengeek
gardengeek
April 08, 2012
That's a type of Vetch. Which is a wild bean plant.

vetch


Looks kind of like Utah Milkvetch

  Utah Milkvetch Utah Milkvetch
Utah Milkvetch
It is poisonous to livestock, so avoid planting where animals graze.


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