Such areas, therefore, may be looked upon as possessed of superior adaptation for the growth of seed crops of white clover.
The white clover was in the grass, together with the little purple orchid.
Perhaps no plant varies so little in this respect, as the white clover.
The caterpillar eats Astragalus, Thermopsis, and white clover.
It also aids in fertilizing the soil, though probably not quite to the same extent as white clover.
The other great forages—timothy, red clover, alfalfa, blue grass and white clover—can never become important in Florida.
When compared with white clover, these seeds are larger and thicker.
Its natural growth is luxuriant, and when cleared it inclines to clothe itself in white clover and the grasses.
In both England and Germany it is now more commonly grown than white clover.
Before it was a strip of white clover, as green and fresh looking as if it were on the banks of Clover Creek in Ohio.