Wednesday, April 25, 2018

Clover, April 25, 2018

Wildflower Wednesday and All Seasons
The fourth Wednesday of each month is Wildflower Wednesday.

Pickwick, Tennessee, USA, April 2, 2018
White Clover, Trifolium repens, is native to Europe and central Asia, but has been introduced worldwide. It is a herbaceous, perennial plant that is an important food source for Bumblebees and Honey Bees. And it is beautiful as a border along driveways and sidewalks.

It is also sown along with various grasses as a forage crop for cattle.

Have a great day!

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  1. That looks like summer to me!

  2. It is a sweet little plant--especially in its native ecosystems. We're all so used to seeing it; I'd be interested to see it in its original places.

  3. That's a fantastic close up of the clovers, Lea! Thanks so much for your effort to share with All Seasons! Heartfelt thanks! Have a great rest of the week, Blog Friend!

  4. Not to mention some of them have four leaves which will bring good luck to the person who finds it.


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