White Ladino Clover

Planting Rate 5 LBS per Acre
Plant Height 6-10 Inches
Seed Count 800,000 Seeds per LB
Botanical Name Trifolium repens
Life Cycle Perennial
Environment Full Sun to Partial Shade
Preferred Sites Mesic Soils
Bloom Period May - October
Flower Color White
Pollinator Value Good
Grazing Value Very Good


White Ladino Clover


White Ladino Clover is an intermediate height perennial legume introduced from Europe but now naturalized in the United States. Closely related to White Dutch Clover, it is the taller of the two species.


  • Mature heights of 6-10 inches
  • Excellent component in erosion control mixes
  • Spreads by short stolons
  • Excellent food source for pollinators
  • Important component for pasture mixes
  • Very good nitrogen fixing clover
  • Good forage quality
  • Hay or cut for silage
  • Commonly used with cool season grasses for forage


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White Dutch Clover

Cool Season Pasture Mix

Midwest Wildflower Mix

Crimson Clover

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White Blossom Sweet Clover


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