getting a clover lawn?
I posted this question over on the organic lawn forum but it doesn't look like that site is getting any traffic at all so I'm bringing my question over to you all.
My lawn is almost an acre weed patch. Bermuda grass, dandelions, nutsedge, crabgrass, some kind of low growing oval leaf but has barbs on it when it goes to seed kind of plant....I don't know, you name the weed, I probably have it.
Anyway, I'm on a well and have pets so I don't want to use round-up to start fresh. I'm not really into "grass" but I sure would love the clover that's in my lawn to become more prominent.
Can I just throw out fresh white dutch clover seed every spring and fall to have it eventually dominate the other weeds in my yard? Can clover overcome bermunda?
I don't think the seed is all that costly so I wouldn't mind the expense but I'd want to be pretty sure that eventually it would become the main plant in the lawn.
Thanks for your thoughts.