White Clover Seeds - Trifolium repens - Wildflower
White Clover – Trifolium repens
Approximate height: Up to 40 cm
Flowering time: Mainly May to October
Site and soil type: Any soil type in sun as long as well-drained.
Uses: The flowers attract bees and butterflies.
When to sow: Spring through to early autumn.
Also known as honey stalks, lamb's suckling or sheep's gowan.
White clover is a common wildflower mostly found in grassy areas.
The leaves are one of the foodplants of the common blue butterfly and are sometimes collected by wood mice.
White clover flowers from May to autumn and are loved by many different kinds of bumblebee.
Sow from spring to early autumn. Prepare the soil by removing any weeds and raking lightly. Scatter the seeds thinly on the soil surface where they are to grow, and gently rake them in or cover lightly with soil. Keep watered in dry periods until established.
Contents: Approximately 1200 seeds / 1g
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