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Red clover is one of the most popular plants found in all kinds of grassy areas in the UK, from lawns to pastures, roadsides, and meadows. It is used in crop rotation...

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Red clover is one of the most popular plants found in all kinds of grassy areas in the UK, from lawns to pastures, roadsides, and meadows. It is used in crop rotation due to its ability to fix soil lacking in nitrogen.  It is an excellent insect attractor that thrives in the sun. The crop usually persists for two to three years.

100% Pure Red Clover Mix

It is usually sown as a fodder crop for livestock. It is more palatable and digestible than pure grass forage, this is often the reason why livestock perform well when fed clover. It provides a home-grown source of protein, high protein intake leads to greater weight gain and milk yields. 

Why Choose Grown To Be Wilds Red Clover?

  • Used as fodder for livestock
  • Rapid growth rate
  • Native to Europe
    1. The establishment of wildflower mixes is not always immediate. Full establishment can sometimes take up to two or three years depending on the compilation of the mixture, site conditions, soil type, and husbandry input. Maintenance and management also have a major impact on how well and how quickly they establish. 

      Growing Tips
      Red clovers prefer a sunny site and slightly acid soil with low levels of nitrogen (i.e., un-manured ground).

      When To Sow

      Sow from March until September.

      How To Grow

      Step 1: Red clover can be sown straight into the ground where they are going to flower, so make sure you have prepared the seedbed properly by removing weeds, stones, and other debris.

      Step 2: Rake the soil to ensure is a fine and crumbly consistency. You want to plant the seeds at a depth of 13mm and cover them with soil.

      Step 3: Very gently, water the whole area using a watering can, taking care not to wash your seeds away.