He everyone, looked in the archives and couldn't find anyone talking about this plant. Siberian Pea Shrub, or Carragana, is a nitrogen fixing perennial. It forms pods filled with a small pea that makes good forage for wildlife and chickens alike. It is a great copping tree, and fast growing. I believe it has a nice spring bloom, and I am wondering if anyone has evidence of the bees feeding off of this plant. I am thinking about planting my back property line in this as a visual barrier between me and my neighbors, and would like to stack functions if I can - visual barrier, bee food, soil builder etc .... Thanks!