Oxytropis sericea
Plants Of The Southwest

Oxytropis sericea

White or Wooly Locoweed is from the plains to the high mountains the deep rooted, drought tolerant legume, to about 14" , blooms in spring with a bundle of flower, pure white. Striking. As other locoweeds, poisonous to cattle and horses. Full sun, low water, hardy to zone 2. Very hard seed, try soaking, 2 month stratifying, sow in spring (100 seeds)


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