Clovers

Over the years, seed distributors have come to count on Smith Seed Services as a dependable supplier of many public and proprietary varieties of clover, alfalfa, and other legumes. We provide many varieties, including those listed below.

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Alsike Clover

Alsike clover grows well in poorly drained soil and offers high forage quality, similar to alfalfa.

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Arrowleaf Clover

Arrowleaf is a drought-hardy clover with very distinct arrowhead-shaped leaves, pronounced veins, and distinguishing white markings.

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Balansa Clover

Balansa clover is unique cool-season annual legume.

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Berseem Clover

Berseem's value as a legume crop has been known for centuries. It grows fast and produces large amounts of forage and nitrogen.

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Crimson Clover

Crimson clover is striking to behold, with brilliant color and a uniquely shaped flower. Yet there’s more to this variety than aesthetics.

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Red Clover

One of the oldest true clovers to be sown, red clover has many uses, including hay and grazing.

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Subterranean Clover

Subterranean clover is an annual clover that produces a thick cover in areas with Mediterranean-like growing conditions.

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White Clover

White clover is widely adapted to all kinds of growing conditions, even the Arctic Circle!

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Yellow Blossom Sweetclover

Yellow blossom sweetclover produces beautiful yellow flowers and has many uses, including forage and cover cropping.