Q.Plant Growing In With Grape Vines
We purchased a house that has a sand gravel backyard. The guys went bulldozer crazy and took out the dead grape vines and winter hit the following week. Spring is here and the vines are coming back, as I restore the garden, another plant came back much faster. There is no doubt it was planted intentionally with the grape vines, but no one cam tell me what it is. I suspect the legume family, but I’m just not sure. We live in Connecticut. I attached pictures. Any assistance would be appreciated!
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It looks like a clover wildflower which is good for bees. It is on the list of companion plants for grapes. When it blooms you will be able to tell which variety. The leaf shape also looks like wild indigo (baptisia) which is a great native plant to have.