Sweet Yellow Clover is not a true clover; more closely related to Lucerne.
Leaflets are serrated around their entire margin. It can grow up to 2m and is biennial.
Used in forage, cover cropping, conservation, and honey making.
Persists in pastures and tolerates 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, for example on clay pan or sandy soils.
Tolerates low fertility and wet conditions.
Prefers non-acid soil (pH above 6.0).