Yellow Sweet Clover
Sweet Yellow Clover is not a true clover, more closely related to Lucerne.
Leaflets are serrated around their entire margin. Can grows half a metre and up to 2 metres, and is biennial.
- Used in forage, cover cropping, conservation, and honey making.
- Persists in pastures and tolerate adverse conditions
- Very drought-tolerant of forage legumes.
- Is winter-hardy in temperate climates with mild summers it can survive and thrive through a second year of production.
- Grows where lucerne, red clover and white clover struggle, like on clay pan or sandy soils.
- Tolerates low fertility and wet conditions.
- Prefers non-acid soil (pH above 6.0).