Clover, Crimson

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90-120 days. Annual. Also known as Italian Clover. Nitrogen-fixing legume often grown for livestock feed or wildlife forage, yet pretty enough for the flower garden! Crimson flower heads are great bee forage. Planted thickly, also makes a superior cover or green manure crop, with its ability to smother out weeds and fix atmospheric nitrogen into the soil. This lovely, versatile plant should be much more widely grown!

    • 6-12 hours of Sun
    • Sprouts in 7-10 Days
    • Ideal Temperature: 45-80 Degrees F
    • Seed Depth: 1/4-1/2"
    • Plant Spacing: 3-4"
    • Frost Hardy: Yes
    • Trifolium incarnatum

Growing Tips: Sow spring in cold winter climates, spring or fall in warmer areas. Sow in place, barely covering. Inoculation is recommended. Mow when flowers appear.

Availability: In stock
Minimum Seed Count: 2000
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