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White clover (Trifolium repens)

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White clover (Trifolium repens)
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1.87 € *
apx. $2.13
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Availability
in stock
Item number
1370
Seed quantity:
30 Pcs.
botanischer name:
Trifolium repens
Group:
Seeds
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Description

White clover is probably one of the best-known lawn plants, as it is not affected by heavy foot traffic at all. It belongs to the group of legumes and is an important pasture plant for sheep and horses. The fragrant, white-flowering clover is also
very suitable as a honey plant for bees and bumblebees.

Cotent: approx. 30,000 white clover seeds

Sowing & cultivation

Trifolium repens can be sown directly in the open field from April. It likes to spread through its fast-rooting runners, a trait which has also earned it the reputation of being a rather stubborn weed in ornamental gardens - on meadows and lawns, on the other hand, this property comes in very handy, as lush green fields of clover develop quickly. The creeping clover loves sunny locations and sandy to loamy fresh, moist soil.

Details: Plant description & care

Plant family:
Fabaceae
Plant height approx.:
5–30 cm
Root system :
Deep roots , Stoloniferous (spreads through runners)
Flower colour:
White
Flowering period :
April, August, July, June, May, October, September
Location:
Sun
Water requirements:
mäßig
Lifecycle :
Annual, Biennial
Winter hardy up to:
–15 °C

Sowing & cultivation

Sowing time outdoors:
April, July, June, May
Sowing depth:
Needs light to germinate
Best germination temperature :
15 – 20 °C

Companion planting

Other names

German names:
Kriechklee, Weissklee
English names:
Dutch clover, Ladino, Ladino clover, White clover
French names:
Trèfle blanc

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