Coated variety will absorb water faster than raw variety, but lesser seeds/LB.
Crimson clover is a self reseeding winter annual that is often grown for food plots and is considered one of the most colorful forage plants. Highly adaptable to temperature and will very often produce more clover at lower temperatures than other clover species. Crimson clover can be found growing wild throughout most of Europe. It's also grown as a fodder crop, especially in North America, to feed bees and improve soil quality.
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Scientific Name: Trifolium Incarnatum
Common Name: Crimson Clover
Plant Type: Annuals
Zone: 3 to 9
Native Range: South Eastern Europe, South Western Asia
Full Growth Height: 24-36"
Width in Across: 12-24"
Exposure: Full Sun
Blooming Season: Spring(Late), Summer (Early, Mid, Late), Fall
Flower: Showy, Edible
Flower Color: Crimson
Tolerate: Drought, Deer
Water Requirement: Low, Average
Soil Type: Chalk, Sand, Loam, Clay, Well-Drained
Soil pH: Acid, Neutral
Uses: Ground Covers, Beds and Borders, Prairies and Meadows, Salads