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Seattle area, I can almost watch it grow right now, it's starting to flower, and the bees like it.
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Location: Beaver County, Pennsylvania (~ zone 6)
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Looks like Melilotus albus or white sweet clover. It's a nitrogen fixer, attracts beneficial insects and is used for bee and other animal fodder.
 
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Thanks. I think you've nailed it. It came up between my blueberry bushes, but I guess I'll keep it!
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