Onobrychis viciifolia 20+ PCS fresh seeds, Common Sainfoin, Pink sainfoin, Onobrychis, Holy clover legume ground, culinary herb
Common Sainfoin, Pink sainfoin, Onobrychis (lat. Onobrychis viciifolia)
A perennial plant with a powerful developed root system, spring or winter type of development. Stems from 15-40 to 50-90 cm high, numerous from one rhizome, straight or rising, usually branched at the top, semi-full or hollow, pubescent with short hairs or glabrous, bushiness is good. Stipules fused, ovate, drawn, pointed; lower leaves on long petioles, 6-14-paired, their leaflets ovate-oblong to elliptic, obtuse or acute, 15-20 (35) mm long, 5-6 (7) mi wide; upper leaves on short petioles; their leaflets are oblong-lanceolate or lanceolate, less often linear. Flower brushes are short (3-5 cm), relatively dense, dense, ovate, with a blunted tip, expanded from below, crested before flowering, 4-9 cm long in bloom, elongated after flowering; bracts 3.5-4 mm long; pedicels about 1 mm long; calyx 5-6. 5 mm; its teeth are lanceolate-awl-shaped, two to three times longer than the tube, covered with long hairs. The corollas are bright pink with a purple tint, 10-13 mm long, the flag is elliptical, notched, equal to or longer than the boat by about 1 mm. Beans are 6-8 mm long, semi-ovoid-rounded, short-haired, their surface is cellular. The leaves of the bean are firmly connected (beans are sown, conventionally called seeds). The mass of 1000 seeds is 17-22 g. Flowering — May-June, mass ripening of beans-August — September. Cross-pollinated plant.