Trifolium incarnatum, Variety Not Stated
Crimson Clover, Variety Not Stated
For use in pasture, hay and silage mixes as a winter companion or cover crop and for erosion control; builds nitrogen and organic matter; the crimson flowers bring early spring color to conservation plantings; seed in the fall or early spring south of I-64; plow under before the next crop is planted; provides food for honeybees.
General Product Information:
Item Number: TRIINC01
Species Type: Naturalized
Cover Crops, Herbaceous Flowering Species, Wildlife Habitat & Food Plots
Classification: Herbaceous Annual Legume, Herbaceous Annual Legume
Characteristics: An upright, single-crown winter legume; round-tipped leaves.
Habitat: Sandy and clay-like soils; pH 6.0-7.0 preferable.
Bloom Period: May to August
Flower Color: Crimson
Foliage Color: Green
Height: Up to 2.6 Ft
Minimum Root Depth: 12 in
pH: 5.5 – 7.5
Indicator Regions (view map & key):
Northcentral & Northeast: NI
Eastern Mountains and Piedmont: NI
Atlantic and Gulf Coastal Plain: NI
Shade: Full Sun
Approximate seeds per lb: 150,000
Seeding Rate: Expect to apply about 30 lb per acre.
Truax Seedbox: Fine