Crimson Clover

Known for its rapid growth and early maturity and crimson red conical flowers.

Crimson Clover

Plant Type: Annual Legume

Planting Times: Jan - April; Aug - Sept

Soil Types: Variety, Well drained

Seeding Rates: 10 to 15 lb. per acre

Planting Depth: 1/8" to 1/4"

Height: 24" to 36"

Length of Stand: 1 year

Main Uses: Hay, pasture, attract pollinators, soil improvement

Soil pH: 6.0 to 7.0

Seeds per Pound: 84,300

Used as an annual plant in the north, can over-winter in mild climates. Grows at lower temperatures than other clovers. Does not like extreme heat or cold


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