A beautiful, blooming nitrogen-fixing ground cover
Its deep-red flowers attract bees and butterflies
An annual legume grown for erosion control, wildlife food plots, or grown as cover crops or forage crops
Each package contains 0.5oz (15 grams) open-pollinated seeds that are packed and shipped from Toronto, ON
Hundredfold is a Canada-based trademark. Good fruits multiply/Les bons fruits se multiplient
Note: It needs cool nights to sprout. Don’t sow seeds in mid-summer when night temperature is over 15°C/60°F
Also known as Italian clover, crimson clover is a native European flower. It has been widely cultivated in the United States and Canada. In North America, crimson clover is grown as a winter annual in the south and a summer annual in the north. The plant is well suited as a protein-rich forage crop for cattle and other livestock. In addition, crimson clover sprouts and flowers can be edible and very nutritious. Note that our seeds are marketed for planting. They are not processed in conditions qualified for sprouting seeds. Single Species Sow Rate: Drilling-sow 15-18 lb/acre, Broadcast-sow 22-30 lb/acre (~1 oz/100 square feet).
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