Clover - White
Replenish your soil with some cover crop nutrients! Perfect for planting right after pulling your plants for the end of season. Best thing is that they will keep coming back each year – a wise one-time investment!
White Clover can be planted as a nitrogen fixer, as a bee forage, and to generally improve garden soil. Its thick, deep roots access nutrients lower in the soil column than many plants can reach and brings them to the surface. It can stand up to foot traffic and can be mowed two to three times in summer, extending its bloom period. Each time it is cut, it adds biomass to the soil, but we recommend that it be left in place to degrade back into the soil - or used as the green layer in composting.
|Botanical Name||Trifolium repens|