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Microclover Seed (Pelleted)

SKU: AM019856
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1/4 pound
1/2 pound
1 pound
5 pounds $33.14/lb
10 pounds $31.45/lb
25 pounds $30.19/lb
50 pounds $28.83/lb
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Microclover is ideal for a sustainable, low-maintenance yard. This tiny white clover spreads densely and evenly, preventing weed growth and creating a soft yet highly durable surface for high traffic areas. It can be planted on its own, or paired with grass seeds, where it acts as a natural fertilizer for a lush, self-sustaining lawn. It’s cold hardy, drought tolerant, and stays green from spring through fall. Seeds are coated for even distribution and easy handling.

For best results, we recommend planting Microclover 4-6 weeks before your average first frost date in Fall, or as early as two weeks before your last frost date in Spring. Perennial.

key features
Seed Life Cycle
Growing Zones
Zone 3, Zone 4, Zone 5, Zone 6, Zone 7, Zone 8
Light Requirements
Full Sun, Half Sun / Half Shade
Seed Coverage
1/4 lb covers 250 sq ft
1/2 lb covers 500 sq ft
1 lb covers 1,000 sq ft
5 lb covers 5,000 sq ft
10 lb covers 10,000 sq ft
25 lb covers 25,000 sq ft
50 lb covers 50,000 sq ft
Easy To Grow, Low Maintenance, Naturalizes, Mass Plantings, Soil Enhancing


If you want the look of a lush, manicured lawn and a space that can handle walking and playing, Microclover is a must for a self-sustaining lawn that will stay lush and green without the use of fertilizer. Not only does this make your lawn easier than ever to maintain, it helps keep our soil and waterways clean and healthy. Microclover can be planted in partial shade, but performs best in full sun. Highly durable Microclover is a great option for high traffic areas like home lawns, athletic fields, parks, and even slopes. It is a good option for septic areas. While it can be planted on its own, it is often recommended to plant Microclover and grass seed together; recommended grasses include our No Mow Lawn Grass Seed, Low Work and Water Dwarf Fescue Grass Seed, and Chewings Fescue.