Robust, adaptive, drought resistant and somewhat shade tolerant.
Robust, adaptive, drought resistant and somewhat shade tolerant. White clover is often overseeded into established lawns or in areas where turfgrasses tend to struggle. This variety is not naturally recumbent. Requires regular mowing to keep at 7.5-10 cm (3-4") in height. A superb plant for sowing into rough or non-maintained areas as honey bee fodder. Also an excellent plant for green manure. Sow in spring or late summer at 90 g per 100 sq. m. (3 oz per 1100 sq. ft.). For larger areas, sow at 9 kg/hectare (8 lbs/acre).
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How To Grow
The best time to sow white clover is early April through mid-May. Late summer sowing should only be done a minimum of 6 weeks before freezing to ensure the root structure is large enough to properly establish before winter. Dormant late fall sowing is done just prior to the ground freezing. Sow 250 g (1/2 lb) per 90 sq. m. (1000 sq. ft.) Requires regular mowing to keep at 7.5-10 cm (3-4") high.
Blooming Season Begins
Days to Emergence
7 to 10
Full Sun to Partial Sun
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Degree of Difficulty
Mixing in with turf grasses.
Superb nectar source for honey bees.
Fixes nitrogen in soil.