Arrowleaf Clover

Planting Rate 5-10 LBS per Acre
Plant Height 3-4 FT
Seed Count 400,000 Seeds per LB
Botanical Name Trifolium vesiculosum
Life Cycle Annual
Environment Full Sun-Partial Shade
Preferred Sites Mesic Soils
Bloom Period May-October
Flower Color White
Pollinator Value Very Good
Grazing Value Very Good




Arrowleaf clover is an annual, cool season, introduced legume commonly used in many areas of the Midwest and Southeastern parts of the United States for many applications and uses. This upright clover easily re-seeds and reaches heights of 3-4 feet.


  • Flowers May to October with white bloom color
  • Suitable for hay and grazing
  • Excellent food source for deer and other wildlife
  • Seed in the fall for following spring growth
  • Prefers well to moderately drained soils
  • Begin grazing at heights of 5-6 inches
  • High nitrogen fixer
  • Low heat and drought tolerance


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