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CC14A

White Clover Cover Crop

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The perfect living mulch for garden paths, wide spaces, between beds or hills . A hardy, low-growing perennial clover that effectively smothers weeds, prevents erosion, retains moisture, and builds soil fertility. Sow it in early summer, after most of your garden is planted. Don't be afraid to walk on it--it is tough! Growing up to 12" high, it should be mowed or clipped once or twice in the season. Sow 1/4- 1/2 lb. per 1,000 sq. ft.

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MP
10/08/2021
Melanie P.
United States United States
I recommend this product
Growing well!

I bought this seed to cover some bare patches in the lawn after a landscape project. It's growing well and looks beautiful!

RW
09/21/2021
Robert W.
United States United States
I recommend this product
Green Mulch instead of grass

After two decades of seed-buying from Pinetree, I'm never disappointed!

RJ
11/16/2020
Rebecca J.
United States United States
I recommend this product
White clover

Delivered promptly. I have several patches growing and they are doing very well.

LG
10/12/2020
Linda G.
United States United States
I recommend this product
White clover cover seeds are great

I am using white clover as a cover crop between my rows of perennials. It's wonderful.

CS
03/16/2019
CARDY S.
United States
I recommend this product
White Clover Cover Crop

It is too soon to use this year as clover seed only sprouts when warm. However, I sowed the same clover last year and it sprouted very well. It did not have any **** seed in it. I changed most of my back yard from coarse grass to clover using this. Clover doesn't need fertilizer (it is a nitrogen fixer) or regular watering (once established). I only had to cut the grass twice instead of 8 times last year. It stays green longer too. It is a good change environmentally. Clover does require full sun though.