White Prairie Clover

Plant Height 2 FT
Seed Count 300,000 Seeds per LB
Botanical Name Dalea candida
Life Cycle Perennial
Environment Full Sun
Preferred Sites Mesic Soils _ Upland/Grassland
Bloom Period June-August
Flower Color White
Pollinator Value Very Good




White Prairie Clover is a widely distributed shorter stature legume native forb found in much of the central and eastern areas of the United States. This native wildflower is an important food source for many pollinators such as bees and butterflies.


  • Summer bloom period
  • Excellent fixer of nitrogen
  • Mature plant height of 2 feet
  • White bloom at the base of the seed head
  • Medium seedling vigor and deep-rooted up to a minimum of 14 inches
  • Moderate heat and drought tolerance
  • Great source of food for pollinators and other beneficial insects
  • Highly adaptable in varying soil types and climates
  • Very good grazing value




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