Red Clover Heirloom Seeds - Over 5000 Seeds, Sprouting Seeds, Microgreens, Juicing, Cover Crop, Open Pollinated, Non-GMO
A perennial crop that is both beautiful and useful. It can be easily established and can tolerate shade, and is commonly used for nitrogen fixation, hay, pasture, and green manure. The plant's long taproots are beneficial for building organic matter, improving soil tilth, and increasing water-holding capacity. Additionally, the plant's dense foliage helps to reduce soil erosion and makes it a great option for pasture or forage. It also provides an excellent source of food for bees and other pollinators. If you're looking to grow Red Clover microgreens, they are a fast-growing and easy-to-grow option that should be harvested within 10 days. These sprouts have a mild taste and are easily digestible, making them a great addition to salads, sandwiches, or for juicing. To grow Red Clover, you can sow the seeds in spring, summer, or fall for overwintering. In the spring, wait until after the last frost when temperatures are at least 40° to sow. For late summer or early fall planting, sow the seeds 6 weeks before the first heavy freeze.
- Our seeds are non-GMO, open-pollinated, and untreated (free from fungicides, pesticides, herbicides, etc.).
- We regularly test our seeds to ensure they meet the highest germination standards.
- We provide full, detailed growing instructions for all our seeds.
- Our seeds are professionally packed in eco-friendly resealable packets made from recycled materials and printed with vegetable-based ink, without the use of plastic ziploc bags.