Hairy Vetch

Hairy Vetch
Hairy vetch is a low-growing plant easily identified by its dagger-shaped leaves.

Les Harrison is the UF/IFAS Wakulla County Extension Director

Though its name is less than appealing, hairy vetch is a useful–if not beautiful–flowering legume, common to Wakulla County. Capable of surviving freezing temperatures, it proves itself worthy of many uses year-round. Read more about hairy vetch here!


Posted: January 23, 2015

Category: Natural Resources, Wildlife
Tags: Agriculture, Community, Environment, Environmentally Friendly, Extension, Farming, Florida, Garden, Gardening, General Information, Growing, Horticulture, Landscape, Lawn & Garden, Les Harrison, Master Gardener, Natural Resources, Natural Wakulla, Wakulla, Wakulla Agriculture, Wakulla CED, Wakulla County Extension, Wakulla Extension

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