In mild winter climates growth continues in winter, followed in early spring by the development of leafy flower stalks. Leaves are trifoliate with leaflets narrow at the base and broad at the terminals. Both leaves and stems are hairy. The flower heads are elongated and pointed, bright crimson in color, and contatin up to more than 100 florets. Crimson clover is excellent for winter and spring grazing in mild winter areas. It also yields good bay crops.
- Both as pasture and hay it is highly nutritious and palatable.
- Grows to 6-12 inches.
- Seeding Depth: 1/8" deep in fine texture seedbed.
- Longevity: Annual.
- Seed Count: 145,000 per pound.