Meadow vetchling has a few common names including meadow pea-vine, yellow pea, and meadow pea. You won’t be surprised to hear this perennial plant is a member of the pea family, that can be commonly found in meadows, waste ground, roadside verges, and rough grasslands.
Yellow flowers bloom may to august, and can be seen clambering over vegetation as the Lathyrus pratensis uses it’s tendrils to attach and move across neighbouring plants as it fights for sunlight. Leaves feature single pairs of leaflets with tendrils. Seed pods are black.