Trifolium dubium Sibth. (syn: T. minus) from Kashmir, often growing in meadows, roadsides and wastelands, and can be easily taken as a species of Medicago, but palmate-trifoliate leaves are distinctive (in Medicago it is pinnately trifoliate with central leaflet on longer stalk) as also drying petals and enclised fruit. Photographed from Botanical Garden below Cheshmashahi on June 26, 2010
English: Yellow suckling clover, Lesser trefoil, Low hop clover, Shamrock, Yellow clover
Used as fodder
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