TRIFOLIUM incarnatum (Crimson Clover)

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Crimson clover is uncommon, but that is due solely to the species' rarity; its magnificent deep red elongated flowers could hardly go unnoticed. 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...
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Crimson clover is uncommon, but that is due solely to the species' rarity; its magnificent deep red elongated flowers could hardly go unnoticed. 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. It is most commonly found in unsanitary lawn seed.

Number of Seeds Max Coverage Area (Square Ft.)
1OZ 6,000 100
1/4LB 24,000 400
1/2LB 48,000 800
1LB 96,000 1,600
5LB 480,000 8,000

Scientific Name: Trifolium Incarnatum

Common Name: Crimson Clover

Plant Type: Annuals

Family: Tradescantia-Spiderworts

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

Pollinators: Butterflies

Flower Color: Crimson

Tolerate: Drought, Deer

Water Requirement: Low, Average

Maintenance: Low

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

Soil pH: Acid, Neutral

Uses: Ground Covers, Beds and Borders, Prairies and Meadows, Salads

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