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White Dutch Clover
Builds Humus, Enriches Soil
(5 customer reviews)
Gets thicker and stronger every year. Covers quickly, crowds out weeds and prevents erosion. Just plow under when you’re ready to replant. 1/2 lb. seeds 1000 sq. ft.
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- Friday, July 08, 2011
Perfect for my needs
Reviewed By: Doyle Walker (Dallas, TX)
My backyard is a combination of Bermuda grass and St. Augustine, and there were some areas where the grass just wouldn't grow, mainly in a rather large spot near my garden shed where my sprinkler system just didn't quite reach; basically just barren, dry dirt. I decided to spread a bit of top soil in the area and then seed it with White Dutch Clover. Each day I watered the area a few times by hand for a few minutes...just to keep it damp in our Texas heat...and within 7 days, the seeds had sprouted. I now have a full, thick area of green clover, and it looks great. It's heat and drought tolerant, which is perfect for our Texas summers, and it easily withstands our family and my two Labs' traffic.
- Saturday, September 12, 2009
Clover & Bermuda grass
Reviewed By: Charlie (Los Angeles, CA)
This white clover really goes great with my Bermuda grass. Russell from Nashville mentioned something about clover killing Bermuda grass because Bermuda hates nitrogen, but that's not true at all. Bermuda thrives on nitrogen. His clover probably choked out the Bermuda, like it does with most weeks. But when you've got a Bermuda grass lawn, clover is an excellent addition because you won't have to fertilize as much.
- Tuesday, July 14, 2009
Hard but Hardy!!!
Reviewed By: L. W. McQay (Junction City, KS)
I purchased this clover a year ago. It was difficult to get started, but this year, it took off like wildfire! Now, we sit on the front porch and watch the baby bunnies dine on the flowers!
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