Meadow vetchling is a good plant for pollinators
There are shiny black seed pods in the Autumn
Meadow vetchling is a member of the pea and clover family and scrambles through the other meadow plants. The flowers appear in little golden yellow groups. It spreads by rhizomes, and can dominate the meadow although is usually fine if the meadow is mowed in the Autumn which will therefore keep it in check.
Height : 30cm
Flowering period : May – August
This is a good source of nectar :