• Common name : White Clover
• Scientific name : Trifoliumrepens
• Family : Fabaceae
• Native land : Temperate and sub-tropical regions (except South-East Asia and Australia)
White clover is an evergreen perennial plant. It grows up to 6 feet tall. White clover grows among turf grass, crops, and in a large number of other landscapes. It produces several compound leaves from a short stem initially, that grows only a little after which this stem rapidly elongates and becomes up to 1 feet long. These elongated stems sprawl along the ground and have the capacity to root at the nodes. They are hairless and light green. The alternate compound leaves are trifoliate and hairless. This is the familiar clover in lawns with white flowerheads.