This section is from the book "Harper's Guide To Wild Flowers", by Caroline A. Creevey. Also available from Amazon: Harper's Guide To Wild Flowers.
Much like the last, with downy, spreading stems, 5 to 6 inches high. Leaflets, notched at the end, not equal distances apart. Stipules, roundish, short.
Common in all the Eastern States in sandy, dry fields, and along roadsides. Naturalized from Europe.
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