Clover, Red (Organic)


Trifolium pratense

Minimum: 300+ seeds

Embrace the charm of Red Clover, a delightful and beneficial addition to your garden that brings both beauty and ecological advantages. Trifolium pratense, commonly known as Red Clover, isn't just a plant; it's a versatile companion that enriches your soil, attracts pollinators, and adds a touch of elegance to your outdoor space. Cultivate a garden of vitality with the natural beauty and benefits of Red Clover.

Key Features:

  1. Graceful Blooms: Red Clover enchants with its graceful, globe-shaped clusters of pink to deep red blossoms. The intricate, trifoliate leaves add texture to your garden, creating a visually appealing display that beckons both humans and pollinators alike.

  2. Soil Enrichment: As a nitrogen-fixing legume, Red Clover has the remarkable ability to convert atmospheric nitrogen into a form that enriches the soil. Plant it as a cover crop, and watch your garden soil become more fertile and conducive to the health of other plants.

  3. Pollinator Magnet: Bees and butterflies can't resist the allure of Red Clover. The nectar-rich blooms attract pollinators, fostering biodiversity and contributing to the well-being of your entire garden ecosystem.

  4. Adaptable Growth: Red Clover adapts well to a variety of soil conditions, making it a resilient and low-maintenance choice for gardens and landscapes. Its adaptability also makes it suitable for various climate zones.

  5. Versatile Garden Companion: Whether used as a cover crop, ground cover, or a border plant, Red Clover is a versatile garden companion that brings both aesthetic and practical benefits to your outdoor space.


  • Botanical Name: Trifolium pratense
  • Common Names: Red Clover, Bee Clover
  • Plant Type: Perennial
  • Sun Exposure: Full sun to partial shade
  • Height: 12-24 inches


  • Enjoy the graceful beauty of Red Clover with its globe-shaped clusters of pink to red blossoms and trifoliate leaves.
  • Enhance soil fertility with Red Clover's nitrogen-fixing ability, making it an excellent cover crop for improved garden health.
  • Attract a buzz of pollinators to your garden, as bees and butterflies are drawn to the nectar-rich blooms.
  • Experience adaptability and resilience, as Red Clover thrives in various soil conditions and climate zones.
  • Utilize Red Clover as a versatile garden companion, whether as a cover crop, ground cover, or a charming border plant.

Growing Tips:

  1. Planting: Sow Red Clover seeds directly into well-drained soil in the early spring or late summer. Press the seeds lightly into the soil surface and keep them consistently moist until germination.

  2. Watering: While Red Clover is relatively drought-tolerant, regular watering during dry spells will promote healthier growth and blooming.

  3. Harvesting: If using Red Clover as a cover crop, mow or cut the plants before they go to seed. This prevents self-seeding and encourages the breakdown of plant material for improved soil structure.

  4. Companion Planting: Pair Red Clover with vegetables and other garden plants to enhance soil fertility and attract beneficial insects.

Elevate your garden with the natural beauty and benefits of Red Clover. Order now and let this versatile companion contribute to the flourishing life in your outdoor oasis!