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Scientific Name: Trifolium subterraneum

Family: Pea/Bean Family (Fabaceae)
Blooms: March through April
Facts: Annual, non-native. Hairy; prostrate, creeping or rooting. Flowers white or off-white; bur-like fruit grow into the ground. Meadows, roadsides, disturbed areas.
Photo Credit: © 2013 Sue Dekalb

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