Sabine Illinois Bundleflower

Sabine Illinois Bundleflower


The Sabine Illinois bundleflower was originally collected from a native stand near Crystal Beach in Galveston County, Texas. It is a high-protein legume suitable for consumption by all livestock, deer, pronghorn, and various birds and rodents. It is also a pollinator species for butterflies. The seed pods are grouped into round dark brown bundles.  Can be susceptible to cotton root rot. 

High protein forage for all livestock and multiple game species, mammals, and birds. Also a pollinator plant for butterflies.

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Planting: Plant in the spring at a rate of 3-4 pure live seed (PLS) per acre at 1/4 to 3/4 inch deep.

Soil: Soils other than clay and course sands

Height: 3-4 feet

Type: Warm Season Perennial

Region: Statewide except Rio Grande Plains and Timberlands