Distribution: Widely distributed throughout Washington; widely distributed throughout North America.
Habitat: Established in a variety of native habitats, such as mountain meadows
Conservation Status: Not of concern
Mostly glabrous perennial, the stems 1-6 dm. long, creeping and stolonous to erect.
Leaves trifoliate, long-petiolate; leaflets obovate to obcordate, 1-2 cm. long, finely serrulate; stipules attached around the petiole most of their length, the free portion acuminate.
Inflorescence of many-flowered heads 1.5-2 cm. long and broad, on long, axillary peduncles; flowers pea-like, 5-9 mm. long, white to cream, often pinkish-tinged; pendulous on pedicels 1-5 mm. long; calyx glabrous, half the length of the corolla, the 5 teeth awl-shaped, half the length of the tube; banner erect.
Pod 1-3 seeded.