Trifolium Frosty Feathers

TrifoliumLatin name

TrefoilCommon name

Dense oval tapering heads freely rebloom after cutting. Drought tolerant with no special demands and especially tolerates poor garden soil. Very different and very enviable.

How to Grow Trifolium from Seed

Trifolium, or Clover, is a native wildflower of Britain and Ireland

Clover can be sown at any time of year, but most often planted from January to April, or from August to early November with germination expected around 14 to 21 days.

Seeds can be sown in small pots or trays using any moist, well drained growing compound.

Trifolium seeds are tiny, they should be sprinkled onto the surface of the soil and lightly covered. Keep the soil moist, but not wet, and do not allow soil to dry out.

Once the seedlings have developed 6 true leaves they can be transplanted into 3 inch pots for growing on.

Red clover is equally at home on wet and dry grassland, in woodland gardens, field borders and is widely planted as pasture and fast growing ground cover, attracting bees and butterflies in droves during their April to September flowering period.

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£2.85

Item Code: 2287A

Variety: Trifolium Frosty Feathers

Type: Hardy Perennial

Packet Contains: 25 Seeds

Sow: January - April, September

Germination: Up to 21 days

Harvest: May - September

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