Glycine tabacina / Native Clover

An creeping vine which trails through the understorey. It has a strong taproot that penetrates deeply into the soil as well as the abilty to trail over the soil surface and develop roots at the nodes. Leaves are trifoliate and variable in size. Flowers are like Glycine clandestine and form over a long period including Spring to 3 -Autumn. As can be seen in this photo Glycine is often found climbing up stems of grass. reated on … 10/19/2007

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September, October, November, December