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White Prairie Clover

Regions 3,4,5,6 ex FL - Dry-Med

$52.00Per Pound


Height: 1' - 2'
Scientific Name: Dalea candida
Source: Native
Class: Legume
Growth: Perennial
Color: White
Soils: Dry to Medium Soil Moisture
Bloom Period: Summer
Sun: Full Sun
Seeds per Pound: 260,000
Wetland: N/A
Regions: 2,4,5,6 ex FL

White Prairie Clover is a 1' to 2' tall native perennial legume that is very drought tolerant and is usually found on well drained, dry, sandy or gravely soils in full sun. It flowers in mid-summer and the attractive tiny white pea-like flowers encircle a slender cone, growing from the bottom to the top of the cone over time. It establishes easily from seed but will not compete well in rich moist soils. White Prairie Clover is a critical plant in grassland restoration. Few plants provide a greater benefit to wildlife. It is a forage species for deer, elk, antelope and others. Small mammals and numerous birds including quail, turkey, and sharp-tailed grouse eat the seeds.

Prices listed are based on pure live seed weight, not bulk weight. You are only paying for viable seed.

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White Prairie Clover

White Prairie Clover

Region 3,4,5,6 ex FL - Dry-Med Soils - Full Sun

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