Sweet Clover is an excellent forage used for hay and is similar to alfalfa in terms of palatability and feeding value. White Sweet Clover grows two to seven feet tall. It has shallow roots and grows by creeping branches that take root at nodes. Sweet Clover may grow in a variety of soil types, although it prefers a pH of 6.0 or higher and requires higher calcium requirement.
- Later maturing than yellow blossom sweet clover
- A tall-growing, biennial legume
- Abundant white blossoms and high nectar content
- Disease Resistance: Very good
- Seeding Rate: 2-6 LBS./Acre
- Planting Season: Spring - Fall
- Plant Depth: 1/2" – 1”