White clover is a commonly grown perennial pasture crop. It is a legume able to fix atmospheric nitrogen, in turn feeding other plants once the leaves break down in the soil. White clover will die back during Summer and re-shoot from stolons in Autumn. The white flower heads are a favourite of honey bees. Approximately 4900 seeds per packet.
Scientific Name: Trifolium repens
Common Name: White Clover
This variety of clover is adaptable to a range of soil types and has good drought resistance. An annual rainfall greater than 700mm is required for successful establishment.