Yellow Suckling Clover (Trifolium Dubium)
An annual herb, yellow suckling clover flowers from May to October. It can cover large areas with just a single root, spreading quickly, and creeping close to the ground. The flowers are quite small and are yellow at first, turning brown later in the season. Flowers are self-pollinated. Yellow suckling clover thrives on nutrient deficient soils and ones which are non-acidic, though it can grow in most types. It is a member of the pea family and has been used to stop cuts bleeding.