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Q.Do You Think A Hardenbergia Would Fix Nitrogen In The Garden?

Zone 3095 | Anonymous added on August 2, 2021 | Answered

I’ve noticed it’s called coral pea, the flowers look like pea flowers and I think it’s in family Fabaceae. Could it be a nitrogen fixer like other pea plants? It is prolific and I was wondering if I could cut and drop the leaves for compost.

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Answered on August 18, 2021

Yes, they will fix nitrogen! I would say that it would, also, be safe to compost the clipping from the plant.


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