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  In the outer parts of meadows, woods and rocky areas, the white sweetclover (Melilotus alba) is very common. Those plants grow up to a height of about one meter and build a lot of branches. White inflorescences with a length of up to 5 cm are characteristic for this sweetclover species. White sweetclover flowers from July to September. Ripe seeds can be collected from August to October. Budgies like to eat ripe seeds and the flowers that are filled with sweet nectar.

Flowers of the white sweetclover

 
 
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