"I hand sprinkled this clover on heavy clay soil in Missouri. I left it untended, un-irrigated for 6 months and when I saw it this summer it was 6-12" high and had covered the entire area. I was relieved to see how hardy it was to survive without any care from me. Great product!"
- Farm Girl in MO
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Plant Yellow Blossom Clover as a cover crop to bring potassium, phosphorus and nitrogen to the surface of the soil. This drought-resistant clover is a vigorous grower, withstanding many conditions. (Melilotus officinalis) More Details
Plant this low-growing, emerald-green grass in a lower maintenance area or turf lawn. It requires little care and is easy to grow, tolerating shade. Hard Fescue is ideal for creating a naturalized area that your mower can’t reach. (Festuca ovina) More Details
Tired of constantly mowing the lawn? Plant our specially formulated No Mow Lawn Mix for soft, deep-green grass that requires little to no maintenance throughout the spring and summer months. These varieties are also drought-resistant and easy to grow. More Details
Dutch White Clover is one of the most popular clovers used in lawns, but also has many other uses. Plant this perennial clover as a cover crop, groundcover, for erosion control or in your pasture mixture. The elegant, white flowers create a sweeping carpet of white. (Trifolium repens) More Details
Smooth Bromegrass is an easy-to-grow perennial grass with many uses. It can be planted for hay, pasture and silage, as well as used for erosion control and as a groundcover crop. This cool season grass tolerates extreme temperatures, drought, and sandy soils. (Bromus inermis) More Details
Chewings Fescue is a perennial grass that is extremely easy to grow, tolerating drought, acidic soils and shade. It is commonly used in turf lawns and can be planted on its own or mixed with other fine fescues. (Festuca rubra) More Details
Plant Common Vetch as a groundcover to loosen the soil and add nitrogen. It is also common feed for cattle, horses and rabbit. This cheerful, pink-blooming annual prefers full sun but will tolerate most soil types. (Vicia sativa) More Details