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This fast growing monster.

Posted by wjlundyjr Central michigan (My Page) on
Tue, Jul 1, 14 at 13:35

It has taken over the entire right side of my 800' rural driveway. Its close to five foot tall. Just showed up this year and growing fast. Usually high cut grass or hay grows there.


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Yellow Sweet Clover?


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Yes, scientific name is Melilotus officinalis. Not native to the US.


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Thank you, that explains it.


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Melilotus alba actually.


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