Genus = Melilotus,
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Sparsely puberulent to glabrous annual or biennial, the upright stems 0.5-3 m. tall, freely-branched above.
Distribution: Widely distributed across Washington; widely distributed as a weed over most of the United States and southern Canada.
Habitat: Roadsides, waste ground, disturbed soil.
|Melilotus indicus (annual yellow sweet-clover, Indian sweet-clover, small-flowered yellow sweet-clover)
(= Melilotus indica in Flora of the Pacific Northwest)
Glabrous annual or biennial, the stem up to 1 m. tall, branched above.
Distribution: Sparingly introduced in western Washington and Oregon, more common in California.
Habitat: Waste ground, disturbed soil.
|Melilotus officinalis (yellow sweet-clover)
(= Melilotus alba, Melilotus officinalis in Flora of the Pacific Northwest)
Herbaceous biennial from a strong taproot, the stem 0.5-3 m. tall, freely branched above, glabrous to pubescent.
Distribution: Widely distributed throughout Washington; introduced throughout the United States
Habitat: Widespread weed of roadsides and waste ground.
WA Native Plant Society