-Alsike white clover is a short-lived perennial clover that tolerates wet and acidic soils much better than alfalfa and slightly better than red clover.
-It is commonly used for hay, pasture, and soil improvement.
-Honey bees and other pollinator species are especially attracted to its white flowers for the nectar and pollen.
-Its relatively shorter growth height (compared to other clovers) makes it desirable in pastures and wildlife mixtures.
Planting Rate: 8-10lbs/acre
Seeding Depth: 1/4-1/2 inch
Sun Requirement: full sun, part sun/shade
Life Cycle: Perennial
Primary Uses: hay, pasture, cover crop, wildlife, pollinator friendly
Supported Species: cattle, deer, hogs, goats, poultry, upland game birds, bee/pollinator