Trifolium vesiculosum Savi

Arrowleaf Clover flower
Group: 
Dicot
Family: 
Fabaceae
Uses: 
Grazing
Pasture

Arrowleaf clover is a late season winter annual with predominantly white, large flower heads maturing from bottom to top. It has large, non-hairy (glabrous) arrow-shaped leaves, generally with a large white V mark. 

Predominant uses are for pasture and hay, since it has high forage quality and minimal bloat risk.

Arrowleaf clover is not very tolerant of soil acidity and responds well to P and K fertilization.

Identification

Type: 
Legume
Life cycle: 
Winter annual

Climate and Soil Suitability Zones

Not very tolerant of soil acidity; responds well to P and K fertilization.

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