herbionik micropipolina clover

17.75$ - 85.00$

Part of the legume family, like its counterpart, common white clover. It attracts foraging bees and maintains a lush green even in drought conditions. The micro pipolina clover has the particularity of having smaller foliage as well as smaller and fewer flowers.

Available at the ecoumene only

Part of the legume family, like its counterpart, common white clover. It attracts foraging bees and maintains a lush green even in drought conditions. The micro pipolina clover has the particularity of having smaller foliage as well as smaller and fewer flowers.

A unique, new property built in the traditional French style, with many energy saving features.

  • Attracts bees and other pollinators
  • Rather slow growth and similar to that of common white clover
  • Spreads by stolons
  • Prefers cool, moist soils, but adapts very well to all soil types
  • Ideal companion to several lawn grasses
  • Ability to compete with several “weeds”
  • Discourages many pests when used with lawn grasses
  • Naturally produces fewer flowers than common white clover
  • Very good hardiness (zone 3 and 4, if good snow cover)
  • Requires regular mowing to maintain its dwarf size
  • Sow with lawn grasses, preferably
  • Does not produce any felt. Therefore, high risk of frost in winter if used alone (pure culture: without lawn grasses)
  • Tolerates severe (short) pruning
  • Height at maturity if not mowed: more than 8 inches (+20 cm)

Further information

Weight 0.0 kg
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