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bush vetch, Vicia sepium(noun)
European purple-flowered with slender stems; occurs as a weed in hedges
Vicia sepium or Bush Vetch is a plant species of the genus Vicia. A nitrogen-fixing, perennial, leguminous climbing plant that grows in hedgerows, grasslands, the edges of woodland, roadsides and rough ground. Occurs in western Europe, Russia including Siberia, Crimea, Caucasus and Central Asia. Also eastern Canada, north-eastern states of the USA and, where suitable habitat occurs, in Greenland. Found throughout England and eastern parts of Wales. A rhizomatous plant. Its climbing habit is enabled by branched tendrils at the end of each leaf stem, which curl around surrounding plants. The stems are not branched, are almost glabrous, sometimes with rare soft hairs, single, mostly 30 to 40 cm long but sometimes as much as 100 cm. The leaves are compound and pinnate with 4 to 8 pairs of opposite leaflets. Leaflets are 20 to 30 mm long, 8 to 10 mm wide, elongated elliptical in form with broad bases and glabrous at both sides. Flower stalks are very short with 2 to 6 almost sessile flowers on each. Flowers are 13 to 14 mm long, reddish-lilac or lilac-blue. Similar in appearance to common vetch but each stem of the latter has more flowers, and bush vetch is usually hairless whereas V sativa is slightly hairy.
The numerical value of vicia sepium in Chaldean Numerology is: 3
The numerical value of vicia sepium in Pythagorean Numerology is: 1
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