Purple Locoweed has reddish-purple to bluish-purple blooms on tall, hairy stems that form a clump at the base of the plant. This North American perennial grows from Canada down to Arizona and Oklahoma and is extremely attractive to Monarch Butterflies. Like other members of the pea family, Purple locoweed fixes nitrogen from the air into the ground and enriches the soil.
**Note: This plant is poisonous to livestock
Bloom Time: May-August
Packet wt: 129 mg.