White Clover, also known as Dutch Clover and Ladino Clover (Trifolium Repens) is a perennial forb in the Pea Family (Fabaceae). It’s native to Europe and Asia, blooms Jun-Sep and grows 0.3-1 ft. It’s a common weed in prairies, meadows, right-of-ways, fields, turfs and lawns; tolerates moist to dry soils and partial to full sun exposure.
White Clover is used world wide as a forage crop for livestock. Boiled plants can be eaten and are known to be high in proteins. Raw plants however are hard for humans to digest.
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