White Clover Seeds

White Clover Seeds


White Clover Wild Flower Seeds Native Bee Insect Friendly Garden Perennial

  • Description

    These stunning White Clover Wild Flower Seeds will mix into a wild flower lawn or meadow in your garden.
    White Clover Trifolium album prefer a sunny site but will tolerate light shade as well complimenting other perennials in the lawn or meadow.
    Add to a mix of other wild flowers to create a Native Meadow of Bee & Insect Friendly Garden Perennials.
    See Wilderness Tamed shop for other Wild Flower Seeds and Plants..
  • Benefits

    White Clover Trifolium album are a good source of nectar to many pollinating insects and bees and will attract lots of wild life to your garden. 

    White Clover spread widely. Resistant to scorching from dog urine.

    An excellent nitrogen fixer in the soil. Can be sown as a crop before growing vegetables.

    • Great for Insects & Bees
    • Excellent in meadows and lawns
    • Grow up to 20cm High.
    • Repeat flowering throughout the summer.
    • Wonderful in a mixed Native Meadow (see our other seeds)
    • Natural Seedling Variation In Colour
  • Sowing Instructions

    You can sow these wild flower seeds as soon as you get them directly into the ground where you want them to grow. Do not add compost or fertiliser to the ground as, like most native meadow plants, they do not require a nutrient rich soil. Rake lightly in to cover the seed and water regularly during dry weather to help establish the young plants. If sown between July and October you should expect flowering the following year.

    If sowing into an established lawn, cut the lawn extremely short and lightly scarify the ground before sowing your clover.

    Keep well watered in dry periods after sowing to help establish the seedlings.