Common name: Austral Trefoil (also Native Clover)
Height: 0.3-0.4m
Width: 0.4-0.5m

Description: Attractive white to light pink or purpler flowers in spring among bright green leaves .  Thin brown seed pods form which throw seeds out when they dry.

Growing and distribution: Suited to both plains and foothills including floodplains.  Formerly common but susceptible to grazing.

Beneficial Attributes: Aboriginal people ate the seeds and roots. Caterpillar food plant including for Common Grass Blue (Clover Blue). Attracts native bees.

Specific location issues: rain > 400mm