Wild Red Clover Seeds. A very familiar and not unusual plant, red clover may well be at a loss for words with zigzag clover but it surely has a flower head on a short stalk (red clover is stalkless and is nested between two leaves) and lacks the lighter V-shape found at the leaflets of red clover. The economic form (Trifolium pratense var. sativum), which is widely planted for fodder and is found in some cheap flower mixtures, is brief lived and way more robust and erect than our plants (Trifolium pratense var. pratense). Apr. 750 seeds per gm.
British wildflower seeds
Growing instructions supplied with each and every resealable non-pictorial packet
Seed quantity = 3000