TRIFOLIUM fragiferum (Strawberry Clover)

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Strawberry clover is a plant that originated in the eastern Mediterranean and southwest Asia and has since spread to every continent. It's commonly used as a forage crop, pasture improvement crop, green manure, and cover crop. It's the most salt-tolerant clover on the market, and it's commonly used in saline...
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Strawberry clover is a plant that originated in the eastern Mediterranean and southwest Asia and has since spread to every continent. It's commonly used as a forage crop, pasture improvement crop, green manure, and cover crop. It's the most salt-tolerant clover on the market, and it's commonly used in saline or alkaline soils. Bladders that are light and airy float effectively on the wind to new frontiers.

Number of Seeds Max Coverage Area (Square Ft.)
1OZ 17,500 200
1/4LB 70,000 800
1/2LB 140,000 1,600
1LB 280,000 3,200
5LB 1,400,000 16,000

Scientific Name: Trifolium Fragiferum

Common Name: Strawberry Clover

Plant Type: Perennial Herb

Family: Fabaceae

Habitat: Terrestrial, Wetlands

Native Range: Eastern Mediterranean and Southwest Asia

Full Growth Height: 8-14" 

Exposure: Full Sun

Blooming Season: July, August

Flower: Showy

Pollinators: Butterflies

Flower Color: Pink to Red, White

Tolerate: Drought, Salt

Water Requirement: Dry, Medium

Maintenance: Low

Soil Type: Sand, Loam, Clay, Well-Drained

Soil pH: Acid, Neutral, Alkaline

Uses: Wetlands, Banks and Slopes, Prairies and Meadows, Naturalized Areas

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