Purple Prairie Clover Seeds

Our ‘Purple Prairie’ Clover Seed is a perennial variety of clover that is widely grown for its unusual, cylindrical, 1 to 2-inch spires of tiny flowers that rise above the foliage. The dark green leaves are borne on a slightly ridged stalk, at the top of which will appear a green thimble-shaped pod that somewhat resembles a tiny pine cone. Then, as the minute blossoms start to grow, they first appear as a wreath around the bottom of this cylinder, eventually covering it, from bottom to top, in magical, petite, bright lavender flowers, each of which has 5 golden-orange anthers that protrude outwards. They make fantastic additions to fresh arrangements, but are more highly prized for their appearance when dried. Approximately 500 seeds per each hand-filled packet. More details...
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Purple Prairie Clover Seeds
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Purple Prairie Clover Seeds Growing Information

  • Mature Height: 12-36 inches
  • Mature Spread: 12-18 inches
  • Exposure: Full Sun - Mostly Sunny
  • Bloom Time: Mid Spring - Early Autumn
  • Soil Moisture: Average - Moist
  • Soil Type: Widely Adaptable, Well Drained
  • Annual in Zones: 1-2
  • Perennial in Zones: 3-11
  • What is my zone?

Clover seeds do not require light for germination, but do best when planted in ground that has been well worked. Cultivate the soil down at least a couple of inches, smoothing the soil out to provide a more uniform planting surface. Broadcast the seeds over the area and rake in very lightly so as to cover the seeds with no more than 1/4-inch soil. You can also broadcast and then sprinkle soil over the top. Keep moist until sprouted and well-established. Clover can be planted in the fall or in the spring; planting in the fall will usually result in an earlier spring crop that will start to germinate when warm soil temperatures allow.

We also carry a wider variety of Clover Seed in our Pasture and Plot department.

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"great for butterflies"

Juan A. on 1/1/2015 5:38:22 PM

Comment: I just received the package with purple prairie clover seeds. It was an easy and smooth process with the seller. I was looking for those seeds in other sites and gardenharvest had it in stock as advertised. It took less than a week i received the seeds and now ready to planted. Happy that this company advertise what have in stock not like other sites. Purple clover is a great pollen plan for beneficial insects mainly butterflies and I can not wait to see the results.