A creeping white-flowered European clover which is an important fodder plant.Also called Dutch clover
- ‘The white clover takes nitrogen from the air and puts it into the soil for the grass to feed on.’
- ‘The wild raspberries, the white clover, and the sea air would suit you to a tee.’
- ‘He's also seeded pastures with legumes like alfalfa and red and white clovers.’
- ‘Wild white clovers persist better under heavy, continuous grazing because they are prolific reseeders.’
- ‘Bluegrass and white clover make a good combination for spring and fall, but an improved rye grass and Alice big leaf clover combination is better.’
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