Red Clover Seeds - Trifolium pratense
Red Clover - Trifolium pratense
Approximate height: Up to 50 cm
Flowering time: Mainly May to October
Site and soil type: Moist and well-drained soil in sunshine
When to sow: Late March to early May
Also known as Bee Bread, Cow Grass, Pinkies, Suckles and Sugar Plum, Red Clover has trifoliate leaves and pink flowers.
A great source of nectar for bees.
Sow in spring, late March to early May, when the weather and the soil has started to warm and the soil is moist. Prefers a sunny site. Prepare the soil by removing any weeds, raking and watering lightly. Scatter the seeds thinly on the soil surface where they are to grow, and gently rake them in or cover lightly with soil.
Contents: Approximately 750 seeds / 1.5 g
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