Even if you don’t believe me, its common name states that is a showy plant for part shaded areas and the edge of woodland gardens.
The showy Tick-Trefoil flowers in the summer at the right time, just after the wave of spring flowers is gone, with dense clusters of pea-shaped pink flowers. They are followed by segmented pods covered with bristly hairs that attach easily to anything and anyone willing to help them spread around.
An important species for pollinators and wildlife.
Germination: easy with cold-moist stratification.