Purple Prairie Clover, Dalea purpurea
A warm-season, perennial legume, its foliage is consumed by many species of wildlife such as birds and small mammals due to a high nutritional content. Its distinctive purple flowers attract many pollinators like bees and butterflies. Safe for livestock and often used to control soil erosion, as it thrives on slopes on prairies and plains alike. Blooms April through June. Benefits from adding inoculant to the soil upon sowing. 50 seeds plus inoculant/2.50.