Red Clover


Common name : Red Clover

Scientific name : Trifoliumpratense

Family : Fabaceae

Native land : Europe, Western Asia and North-West Africa

Red clover is a biennial or short-lived perennial. It grows up to 3 feet tall. The plant grows as one of two types: medium (double-cut) or mammoth (single-cut). The plant has hollow, hairy stems and branches. The taproot of red clover is extensively branched. The flowers are borne in compact clusters or heads and are usually rose-pink in colour. The seed pods are small, short, and contain kidney-shaped seeds that vary in colour from yellow to deep violet. Red clover is primarily used for hay, pasture, silage and soil improvement. Red clover is commonly used to make a sweet-tasting herbal tea.

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