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Trifolium pratense

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Trifolium pratense Seeds

Trifolium pratense is wild Red Clover. A compact, low growing perennial plant with masses of small oval deep pink/red flowers from May to September. Classified as Perfect for Pollinators by the RHS, Red Clover is excellent for a wide range of insects including Bees which are attracted by its nectar and Butterflies, some of which lay their eggs on this plant.

Red Clover is lovely in wildflower meadows and also grow really well in grass verges and less manicured areas of lawn where they scramble and mingle amongst other wildflowers. They love full sun.

Genus Trifolium pratense
Common name Red Clover
Plant Type Hardy Perennial. British Wild Flower.
Height & Spread 15-30cm tall x 15-30cm wide (6 inches-1 foot tall x 6 inches-1 foot)
Sow Seeds Sow indoors in modules in late winter from February to April or in autumn from August to September. Alternatively sow direct in either spring or autumn. Please note that Clover seeds need scarification to germinate best.
Plant Out Plant out after the last frosts from May onwards. Once plants are established they are hardy all year round and they will flower year after year.
Conditions Required Trifolium pratense will grow in most soils but prefers well drained soil in full sun.
Lovely for meadows, roadside verges and wildflower patches/mini meadows within existing lawns.
Flower Production Masses of blooms produced from May to September.
Maintenance Mow over meadows after flowering to encourage new foliage growth and a second flush of flowers.
Planting Combinations Red Clover is lovely growing with other summer flowering wild flowers such as White Clover, Oxeye Daisies, Birds Foot Trefoil, Yellow Rattle, Meadow Cranesbill and Field Scabious.
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