Trifolium Pratense – Wild Red Clover Seeds


Wild red clover’s clusters of pinkish-red flowers are nectar-rich and its fibrous, lateral roots support soil health by keep mycorrhizal networks active. Pair with herbs and vegetables in kitchen garden planting to entice pollinating insects, or include in traditional planting schemes as ground cover at border edges.

Plant in containers to make a statement on patios and in courtyards. The seeds in this pack can be sown in seed trays or sown directly into a pot or onto bare soil in your garden border.


Native Wild Red Clover seeds are also found in the following wildflower seed mixtures:

Bees & Butterflies Pollinator Wildflower Mixture

Native Wild Red Clover seeds fast facts:

Latin name: Trifolium Pratense
Flowers: May to September
Height: 10cm-50cm
When to sow clover seeds: Sow outside in spring after the risk of frost has passed, or throughout the summer. Press the seeds into the soil but do not cover. Keep the area moist until the plants have established.
Sow with: Lady’s BedstrawSelfheal and Ribwort Plantain.
Lifecycle: Hardy perennial.
Soil requirement: Clovers thrive on chalk, clay, loam, and sandy soils.
Natural habitat: Bare open ground, and garden lanws.
Also known as: cow clover, kitty clover, honeystalks, marl grass, and sugar plums.
Did you know? The blossoms have a mildly sweet taste with a hint of bean flavour when eaten raw.
Is wild red clover safe for animals? Red clover is safe for dogs to eat.




Weight 1 g
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