White-CloverWhite Clover

White clover is a perennial plant with alternate compound leaves found in threes.  The dark green leaves often have a white ā€œVā€ or crescent in their center. The flowers are white, sometimes tinged with pink, and are usually found in dense groups of individual, close to the ground growth patterns. The plant is notorious for its ability to creep, or spread, by the use of stolons.  White clover is most easily distinguished from red clover when blooming.  Red clover plants often have larger leaves than those of white clover.

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