Vicia cracca (Vetch)

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Vetch

PHOTOS OF VETCH

Viccia cracca

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Vicia cracca subsp. incana (Gouan) Rouy – (Vetch)

Perennial plant of the pea family -papilionaceae– up to 2 m. Climbing stems, pubescent. Composite leaves with 10 to 22 pairs of leaflets. bluish violet flowers in racemes till 40 flowers each one. Calyx teeth longer than the tube. The fruit is a pod of about 2,5 cm. In cultivated fields, paths and humid grasslands.

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22 April, 2019

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