Purple Prairie Clover
Purple Prairie Clover
Purple Prairie Clover

Purple Prairie Clover

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The Purple Prairie Clover is a Native, warm-season, perennial legume that has a variety of uses. Native Americans used the plant for food, tea, and medicinal purposes. Wildlife and livestock readily graze on this excellent forage producer due to its high protein content. Purple Prairie Clover makes a beautiful addition to any garden due to its attractive flower and its ability to fixate nitrogen into the soil. It is also used in mixtures for re-vegetation and prairie restoration. This drought-tolerant plant should be planted in well-drained soils and is adapted to clay, loam, or sandy soil types.

Growing Height: 12-24" Min Yearly Rainfall: 12-15" Seeds Per Pound: 210,000 Acre Rate: 5 lbs Lbs per 1000sq feet: 4 oz. Growing Region: Great Plains

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