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Is this clover heat tolerant for the deep south? I have a poor soil plot I want to rehabilitate and was thinking of planting it in March and letting it live until the winter with regular cuttings. Will this work?
 
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I don't know but a quick search webpage indicates it was developed for the Egypt Delta so it seems it would.  It is also mentioned that it regrows from dormant roots.  So apparently it is only freezing that kills it.
 
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Yeah I could not find anything that says that my idea would not work but just wanted to run it by everyone here.
 
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