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Crimson Clover

Trifolium incarnatum
HOW TO GROW CRIMSON CLOVER

Does best in cool, humid weather. Performs poorly in the heat of summer. Where winter is above -10°F (-23.3°C), it is sown in late summer September to October, resumes growth in spring, maturing in June. Grown as winter annual in Pacific Northwest and California. Sow quickly after the removal of a prior crop at the rate of 20-25 lb./acre (20-22 kg/ha). Succeeds better when only the surface of the soil is stirred by the disc and harrow than when plowed. It grows rapidly in spring and yields an abundant crop of green food, particularly palatable to live stock. Inoculate for better results. Tends to eliminate other desirable spring and early-summer native vegetation, do not plant with other wildflowers.

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25-lb., 50-lb. and larger sizes ship via ground transportation. Select the appropriate Bulk Shipping option at checkout. We may email you additional shipping costs separately based on your total order weight, zone and palleting costs.

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SARE and Managing Cover Crops Profitably, 3rd Edition.

Soil pH 5.5–7.0. Hardiness zones 3–8. Annual.

Usual seed life: 3–5 years.

Planting Depth 1/4–1/2”
Soil Temp. Germ. 65–68˚F
Days to Germ. 7–21
Plant Spacing 6–9.5”
Row Spacing 6–10”
Days To Maturity 70–90
Full Sun, Moist Well Drained Soil

Crimson Clover Seed Count
1 Pound ≈ 75,598 seeds
5 Pounds ≈ 378m seeds
25 Pounds ≈ 1,890m seeds
50 Pounds ≈ 3,780m seeds
100 Pounds ≈ 7,560m seeds
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  • 400 Seeds$2.75
  • 1 Pound$10.51
  • 5 Pounds$27.28
  • 25 Pounds$106.56
  • 50 Pounds$190.94
  • 100 Pounds$426.25
Beautiful crimson-red flowers are produced throughout the spring and summer, stems are un-branched or branched at the base. We just love it on Restoration Seeds farm. Grows from 12” to 20” tall. Crimson clover fixes pp to 150 pounds of nitrogen per acre. It is an excellent choice for underseeding as it grows well in...
Beautiful crimson-red flowers are produced throughout the spring and summer, stems are un-branched or branched at the base. We just love it on Restoration Seeds farm. Grows from 12” to 20” tall. Crimson clover fixes pp to 150 pounds of nitrogen per acre. It is an excellent choice for underseeding as it grows well in the shade of other crops. Easier to incorporate in the spring than Hairy Vetch. Crimson clover is widely grown as a protein-rich forage crop for cattle and other livestock. It is also suitable for making into hay. It is often used for roadside erosion control, as well as beautification. Only one cutting, however, can be obtained, as it does not shoot again after being mown. Crimson clover will not re-grow after close grazing or mowing once flowering has begun. Do not use for frost seeding as it won't handle the cold nearly as well as red clover. Also known as Italian clover, scarlet clover and Dixie reseeding clover. Tags: Color: Red, Size: Medium, Specialty: Cover Crop.

Native to most of Europe. Crimson Clover can typically be found in forest margins, fields and roadsides. The species name incarnatum means "blood red”.
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Crimson Clover

Trifolium incarnatum
Beautiful crimson-red flowers are produced throughout the spring and summer, stems are un-branched or branched at the base. We just love it on Restoration Seeds farm. Grows from 12” to 20” tall. Crimson clover fixes pp to 150 pounds of nitrogen per acre. It is ...
Beautiful crimson-red flowers are produced throughout the spring and summer, stems are un-branched or branched at the base. We just love it on Restoration Seeds farm. Grows from 12” to 20” tall. Crimson clover fixes pp to 150 pounds of nitrogen per acre. It is an excellent choice for underseeding as it grows well in the shade of other crops. Easier to incorporate in the spring than Hairy Vetch. Crimson clover is widely grown as a protein-rich forage crop for cattle and other livestock. It is also suitable for making into hay. It is often used for roadside erosion control, as well as beautification. Only one cutting, however, can be obtained, as it does not shoot again after being mown. Crimson clover will not re-grow after close grazing or mowing once flowering has begun. Do not use for frost seeding as it won't handle the cold nearly as well as red clover. Also known as Italian clover, scarlet clover and Dixie reseeding clover. Tags: Color: Red, Size: Medium, Specialty: Cover Crop.

Native to most of Europe. Crimson Clover can typically be found in forest margins, fields and roadsides. The species name incarnatum means "blood red”.
Learn More
HOW TO GROW CRIMSON CLOVER

Does best in cool, humid weather. Performs poorly in the heat of summer. Where winter is above -10°F (-23.3°C), it is sown in late summer September to October, resumes growth in spring, maturing in June. Grown as winter annual in Pacific Northwest and California. Sow quickly after the removal of a prior crop at the rate of 20-25 lb./acre (20-22 kg/ha). Succeeds better when only the surface of the soil is stirred by the disc and harrow than when plowed. It grows rapidly in spring and yields an abundant crop of green food, particularly palatable to live stock. Inoculate for better results. Tends to eliminate other desirable spring and early-summer native vegetation, do not plant with other wildflowers.

SHIPPING COST
25-lb., 50-lb. and larger sizes ship via ground transportation. Select the appropriate Bulk Shipping option at checkout. We may email you additional shipping costs separately based on your total order weight, zone and palleting costs.

LEARN MORE
SARE and Managing Cover Crops Profitably, 3rd Edition.

Soil pH 5.5–7.0. Hardiness zones 3–8. Annual.

Usual seed life: 3–5 years.

Planting Depth 1/4–1/2”
Soil Temp. Germ. 65–68˚F
Days to Germ. 7–21
Plant Spacing 6–9.5”
Row Spacing 6–10”
Days To Maturity 70–90
Full Sun, Moist Well Drained Soil

Crimson Clover Seed Count
1 Pound ≈ 75,598 seeds
5 Pounds ≈ 378m seeds
25 Pounds ≈ 1,890m seeds
50 Pounds ≈ 3,780m seeds
100 Pounds ≈ 7,560m seeds
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