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Native Swamp Tolerant Clover

Posted by edlincoln 6A (My Page) on
Wed, Jun 19, 13 at 14:36

I'm asking this here because I figure people interested in organic lawn care know more about clover.

Does anyone know of any native varieties of clover that are tolerant of swamps and have particularly pretty blooms? Ideally I'd want something that blooms in the Spring.

My significant other has a section of lawn that becomes a swamp every Spring. I'm trying to find something that would be decorative and bee habitat is the Spring, but would survive mowing in the summer.

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RE: Native Swamp Tolerant Clover

You can use Remove this by natural way using Corn Gluten or you can remove this manually by hands. You can also remove this Spreading weed control or seed fertilizer in spring time. You have take more care about while spreading weed control you have to spread on root of weeds it much effective to control on weeds. and you can mow you lawn in summer there is no problem try to maintain your watering level means water in summer twice time in a week. Thanks

RE: Native Swamp Tolerant Clover

Isn't there a forum for swamps or wetlands? There might be some around here who know something about clover but the bigger issue is the swamp. We're pretty much dry land lawn growers.

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