Growing as an arable weed by the old chapel at Loch of Strathbeg, Old Rattray
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Great as a cover crop and the insects love it! I think it looks nice as well, epically in large swathes.
Thanks for the ID.
Didn't know where to start with this, as I'd never seen anything similar. I will look for it again on my holiday next month.
It’s not native to the UK (its from North America) but used as stated above as cover crop and great for insects especially bees so used in pollen and nectar rich margins on farms sometimes.
Lat/Lng: 57.6083, -1.8594
OS grid ref: NK084575