Crimson Clover Seed (Annual)
Crimson Clover is a beautiful seasonal addition to a flowering lawn if you are okay with letting it grow at about one foot tall. Grows well in just about any type of well drained soil, especially sandy loam. It is highly attractive to pollinators and fixates nitrogen to improve soil conditions and support the grass and other flowering plants in your lawn. Will not survive winter in zones 5 or colder but has the potential to reseed itself.
Crimson Clover can be dormant seeded in late fall when the ground is frozen or over a fresh snow throughout winter. If seeding in spring, wait until soil temperatures are around 60 degrees and danger of frost is past (Mid-May for upper mid-west states). Our seeding rates are designed to be over-seeded into existing grass lawn areas. Our seeding rates are designed to be over-seeded into existing grass lawn areas (1.1 oz/1,000 sq. ft.). Increase seeding rate or order a larger size for thin lawns or bare soil areas.
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