which are the 'good' types of clover? meaning the ones that work with vegetables, trees etc...?
John Polk wrote:
I've used the crimson clover as a winter cover. I hated tilling it under in the spring.
South Carolina wrote:
I want to plant clover (again) and rye in my garden paths for the winter - do you think the crimson would tolerate being trampled? I know the dutch would but I like the crimson better.
Ken Peavey wrote:I broadcast a mix of clover seed yesterday over an area about 20 feet across. I put the sprinkler on the area, walked away.
The stuff is already sprouting, and in no small manner. Roots are making it into the soil, with a typical length of 1/4". That gets a WOW.