The field clover is a common sight in meadows and gardens across the country. It is instantly recognizable by its groups of three tear-shaped leaves, and small white flowers with many thin petals. Bees love to come by these flowers to collect their nectar, pollinating the plant as they buzz about. The plant spreads nicely on its own with little need to care for it, and it's a favorite food of many cute animals that graze along the ground, like deer, rabbits, mice, and many other critters that children will enjoy seeing through their window. One might even find a lucky four-leafed clover in the patch.
It is a perennial and will come back every year. Field Clover will give a natural look to a lawn.
Field Clover is a good grass to add to bare spots on a lawn
Field Clover will cover a lot of areas where no other grass or plants would grow. Field Clover is a very easy grass to grow. It will also provide a very natural look when grown.