MEDICINAL SEEDS: Alsike Pink Clover Herb, Tea Flower, Very Easy to Grow
Make Healthful tea at a fraction of the cost by buying these seeds in bulk and growing your own Alsike Clover Tea. This is enough seed to grow in many many pots! Alsike clover can also be planted in fields (even ditches) and is very winter hardy. Pink clover is great for beginner gardeners, as it is a very easy perennial wildflower to grow and care for. It simply needs plenty of water.
Alsike clover blooms start out as white and evolve into their true pink color within a couple of months' time. Nature is a fan of this clover as well. Bees enjoy pink clover for its sweet nectar. Beekeepers plant clover next to their bee hives to make "clover honey". Deer are fans of eating clover as well. Livestock owners add Alsike clover to hay mixes, as the protein and energy content is greater than that of the red clover variety. Notably, horses should not consume it in large quantities as it does not digest well for them.
How to use Alsike pink clover herb flowers:
Collect the flower heads and leaves. Hang them upside down in your closet if you plan to dry them for a healthful, energizing tea. Women have used Alsike clover for many years to support healthy menopause, and PMS and to soothe breast soreness. Also great for Redness, itching, scaling, puffiness, and other uncomfortable skin conditions. For this, press the flower heads when they are fresh to collect the flower oils. The oils can then be added to skin creams or tinctures.
Germination Instructions: Sow 1/8th of an inch into the soil in warmer temperatures. Keep seeds and soil moist throughout the germination phase (7-21 days).