It takes its name from the shape of the fruits, which are slender pods, 15 to 30mm long and shaped like a birds foot. Other common names for this plant are ‘Bacon and Eggs’ which refers to the yellow flowers often tinged with red streaks.
This creeping perennial flowers from May to September and can be found throughout the UK. It can be found in lawns, roadside verges, grassland and heathlands.
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