Medicago littoralis is a plant species of the genus Medicago. It is found primarily in the Mediterranean basin. Has 20-40 cm tall stems multiple lateral branching from near the base; glabrous in lower part, pubescent in upper part. Inflorescence: Racemes 1–6 flowers of which not more than two fruiting. Flowering Period: February, March, April, May. This plant is useful. How to get rid of: Weeding it out would be easier than any other method but you would still need to wear gardening gloves and grasp the aster’s base as close to the soil line as possible. To effectively remove the plant, hold down the soil with your other hand and pull the entire plant out of the ground.