Crimson Clover Seed for Deer Food Plot Pastures Hay Silage Bees Reseeding Clover
Dixie Crimson Clover is a re-seeding clover and is usually planted in the summer to early fall. It is a winter annual and can be utilized in deer food plots, pastures, hay, organic farming, as a pollinator enhancement for bees, silage mixes, or simply used as a winter cover crop and soil improvement. It is also a beautiful crop to look at with crimson-colored flowers.
Crimson Clover will grow on soils of poorer quality than most other clovers and will thrive on both clay and sandy soils. Plant at the rate of 10-15 lbs per acre alone or at the rate of 5-10 lbs in a mix. Plant at a soil depth of 1/4".
Cultivating Difficulty: Easy
Soil pH: Neutral
Soil Type: Clay, Loam, Peat, Sand, Silt
Features: Air Purifying, Drought Resistant, Evergreen, Fast Growing, Flowering
Sunlight: Full Sun
Genus: Trifolium Incarnatum
Plant Habit: Bedding (Ground Cover)
Life Cycle: Annual
Common Name: Crimson Clover
Season of Interest: Fall Winter Spring Summer
Quantity: 1 lb. Crimson Clover Seeds