Clover, Yellow Blossom
|Planting Rate||10-12 lb acre|
|Botanical Name||Melilotus alba|
Likes to grow with white sweet clover. They are very similar but Yellow Blossom Sweet Clover is softer. This clover is valuable for honey production as honeybees relish it. Can be used as forage for livestock and deer but can be toxic when moldy.
Yellow Blosssom Sweet Clover provides great habitat for Pheasants and Quail chicks through its ability to attract soft bodied insects during the peak of the Pheasant hatch.