Red Clover Seeds


Plant Description:
Red Clover
Trifolium Pratense
Perennial: Hardy in Zones 3 to 9
When to Sow: Spring, Summer
Light conditions: Full Sun to Partial Shade
Uses: Medicinal, Tea, Ground Cover, Sprouting

Ground Cover
: 8 to 12 pounds per acre for a dense stand or 2 to 3 pounds per acre when mixed with other species.

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Red Clover Seeds

Red clover (Trifolium pratense) is a versatile and robust perennial plant that is native to Europe, Western Asia, and Northwest Africa. It boasts beautiful, vibrant pink to red flowers and is a popular choice for planting in gardens, meadows, and pastures. Red clover seeds are easy to grow, making them a popular choice for those looking to enrich their outdoor spaces.

Planting and Growing Red Clover

Red clover seeds can be sown in early spring or late fall to establish a lush, flowering ground cover. The plant’s adaptability allows it to thrive in various soil types, including clay, loam, and sandy soils. Red clover is also known for its nitrogen-fixing abilities, which can improve the soil’s fertility and benefit surrounding plants.

For information on growing clover, please read our article: How to Grow Clover.

Agricultural Uses of Red Clover

Apart from its aesthetic appeal, red clover offers numerous uses in different industries. In agriculture, it serves as a valuable fodder crop for livestock due to its high protein content and palatability. Red clover seeds are also used to create green manure, a natural soil amendment that enhances fertility and improves soil structure.

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Seed Quantity

2,500 seeds, 100 grams, 500 grams


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