Dwarf white clover . Perennial species with creeping stems. The leaves are trifoliate and green in color with white spots. There are varieties on the market suitable for forming a low-lying ornamental meadow. As a lawn it is slippery and dirties clothes.- It is used in all kinds of gardens, although it is not recommended in swimming pools or sports fields.
- Scientific or Latin name: Trifolium repens
- Common or Common Name: Dwarf White Clover, Car Clover, Dutch Clover, Ladino Clover, Creeping Clover, Wagon
- Green color all year.
- Very resistant to trampling.
- Resists wet floors.
- It tolerates intense cuts well, although it does not need to be frequent, only occasionally.
- Withstands low temperatures.
- Low need for fertilization due to its capacity as a nitrogen fixer (it is a legume). This characteristic makes it very suitable to be sown in poor soils.
- In poorly maintained lawns, or poorly adaptable to the terrain, it takes over other species, covering the ground.
- Sensitive to hormonal herbicides, therefore they cannot be used to control weeds.
- It can be planted alone or in association with grasses, which give the meadow an even and dense aspect of dark green color.
- In pure sowings, 15 to 20 grams per square meter are used.
- The best date to plant it is early in the fall. Quick coverage