Clovers

Clovers are so versatile!  Clovers are legumes and fix nitrogen from the atmosphere making it available to other crops.  Clovers are often mixed into pasture mixes as they not only fix nitrogen for the pasture grasses, they are also a good forage source for livestock. Clovers may be planted by themselves or in a grass mix as a permanent low growing cover crop in vineyards or orchards. They are often included in grass erosion control seed mixes.  Clovers are also a great food source for bee populations.

Clover Mix — $2.19/lb (with OMRI coating $2.25/lb)

  • 3 varieties of Subterranean clovers
  • Crimson Clover
  • Rose Clover
  • Persian Clover

Bee Friendly Clover Mix — $2.35/lb

  • Yellow Sweet Blossom Clover
  • Crimson Clover
  • Rose Clover
  • Persian Clover
  • Ladino Clover
  • White Dutch Clover
  • Alfalfa

Subterranean Clovers (3 Way Mix) — $2.72/lb

Individual Clover Varieties:

  • Berceem — $2.00/lb
  • Crimson– $1.30/lb
  • Ladino — $3.55/lb
  • Medium Red — $2.55/lb
  • Persian — $2.55/lb
  • Rose — $2.30/lb
  • O’Conners Strawberry — $4.95/lb
  • Palestine Strawberry — $4.48/lb
  • White Dutch Clover $3.65/lb
  • New Zealand White Clover $3.57/lb

Less than 50 lbs; add $0.15/lb