Red Clover

Planting Rate 10-15 LBS per Acre
Plant Height 6-30 Inches
Seed Count 272,000 Seeds per LB
Botanical Name Trifolium pratense
Life Cycle Perennial
Environment Full Sun
Preferred Sites - Upland/Grassland - Disturbed
Bloom Period May-September
Flower Color Purple
Pollinator Value Good
Grazing Value Very good


Red Clover


Red Clover is a short lived perennial or biennial native to Europe but now widely distributed throughout the United States. This clover is widely used in many applications such as hay, grazing, soil improvement and food source for pollinators.


  • Mature height of 1-3 FT
  • Tolerates wet and acidic soils
  • Very good component in pasture grass mixes
  • Adapts well to varying soil types
  • Good nitrogen fixing legume
  • Low heat and drought tolerance
  • Spring or Fall planting dates
  • Very good soil building legume
  • Very fast establishing


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