Its special merit is its adaptation to wet soils, even tolerating some flooding. It is more tolerant to both acid and alkaline soils than other clovers. The stems are quite slender, up to 3 feet long, and tend to be prostrate except in dense stands. The trifoliate leaves are long stemmed with obovate leaflets. Flower heads are not at the terminal of the main stem but are at the terminals of branch stems.
- White or pink in color. Both stems and leaves are smooth.
- Valuable both for pasture and hay on soils too wet or too acid for other clovers.
- Seeding Depth: 1/4"-1/2" deep in well prepared seedbed.
- Longevity: Perennial.
- Seed Count: 680,000 seeds/lb