Wild Red Clover
The Wild Red Clover is an imperative player for anyone creating a wildflower area. Clovers help naturalise an area for wildflower covering, keeping grasses at bay making it easier for other wildflowers to establish. The understated flower of the Red Clover attracts small pollinators. Best Sown during Autumn on bare ground, they prefer to grow on poor soil conditions. Simply sow by thinly spreading them over the particular area. This can be done many times a year. In a few years the wildflowers should establish and naturalise which will mean self propagation. Est. 500 seeds per pack.