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Melilotus indicus (L.)All.

Synonyms

Melilotus bonplandii, Melilotus indica, Melilotus melilotus-indica, Melilotus melilotus-indicus, Melilotus officinalis, Melilotus parviflora, Melilotus parviflorus, Melilotus permixtus, Melilotus tommasinii, Trifolium indica, Trifolium indicum, Trifolium melilotus, Trifolium melilotus-indica

Common names

Handagog asfar, Scented trefoil, sweet clover

Extract from Wikipedia article

Melilotus indicus, sometimes incorrectly written Melilotus indica, is a yellow-flowered herb native to northern Africa, Europe and Asia, but naturalized throughout the rest of the world.[+]

LinkSeeds of sweet clover (Melilotus indicus) taken from Al Sham Street in West Bay. Doha, Qatar, March 16, 2014
LinkYellow sweet clover (Melilotus indicus) taken from Onaiza area near Al Sham Street. Doha, Qatar, February 19, 2015
Location on mapsAl Sham Street, Doha, Qatar
LinkFlowers of yellow sweet clover (Melilotus indicus) taken from Onaiza area near Al Sham Street. Doha, Qatar, February 19, 2015
Location on mapsAl Sham Street, Doha, Qatar
LinkYellow sweet clover (Melilotus indicus) on a field on Green Circles (center-pivot irrigation) in Irkhaya (Irkaya) Farms. Qatar, April 10, 2015
Location on mapsUnnamed Road, Qatar
LinkPinkish plant of yellow sweet clover (Melilotus indicus) on a field on Green Circles (center-pivot irrigation) in Irkhaya (Irkaya) Farms. Qatar, May 1, 2015
Location on mapsAl Wukair Street, Qatar
LinkFlowers and fruits of yellow sweet clover (Melilotus indicus) taken from the base of a palm tree on Al Shabi Street in Onaiza area. Doha, Qatar, April 14, 2016
Location on mapsAl Shabi St, Doha, Qatar
LinkSeeds of black medick (Medicago lupulina) and yellow sweet clover (Melilotus indicus) taken from the base of a palm tree on Al Shabi Street in Onaiza area. Doha, Qatar, April 14, 2016

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Acknowledgements

QNHG (Qatar Natural History Group) and associated people, for a possibility to participate in their field excursions and to learn about local nature.