Bees in Clover Organic

Bees in Clover Organic

SKUS: CC515A, CC515B, CC515C, CC515D, CC515S
Bees in Clover Organic is a blend of four certified organic clover varieties with Annual Ryegrass included as a nurse crop that will protect the seeds and soil until the clovers emerge. Use this versatile and attractive cover crop to fix nitrogen, suppress weeds, protect against soil erosion, create habitat, and feed bees and other pollinators. Read More

Exposure Full-sun to partial shade

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More details about Bees in Clover Organic

CERTIFIED ORGANIC! Bees in Clover Organic is a blend of four certified organic clover varieties with Annual Ryegrass included as a nurse crop that will protect the seeds and soil until the clovers emerge. Use this versatile and attractive cover crop to fix nitrogen, suppress weeds, protect against soil erosion, create habitat, and feed bees and other pollinators. The deep roots of this blend loosen hard, compacted soil resulting in improved water absorption and retention and better nutrient retention. It's low maintenance and can be mowed twice a year to encourage re-flowering. And it stands up to foot traffic. This blend includes Klondike Ladino Clover, Medium Red Clover, Alsike Clover, Crimson Clover, and Annual Ryegrass — all certified organic seeds.

Quick Facts:

    • Nitrogen fixer
    • Protects against erosion
    • Excellent bee food
    • Certified organic seeds

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All About Bees in Clover Organic

Exposure:

Exposure: Full sun to partial shade

Timing

Timing
Plant any time between late March and early October. Hardy to Zone 6: -23°C (-10°F).

Starting

Starting
Sow seeds no deeper than 5mm (¼").

Growing

Growing
The plants can be worked into the soil easily with a garden fork. For nitrogen fixation, allow the plants to grow and flower. After flowering, simply mow to allow the blend to re-flower.

How to Bees in Clover

Step 1: Timing

Plant any time between late March and early October. Hardy to Zone 6: -23°C (-10°F).

Step 2: Starting

Sow seeds no deeper than 5mm (¼").

Step 3: Growing

The plants can be worked into the soil easily with a garden fork. For nitrogen fixation, allow the plants to grow and flower. After flowering, simply mow to allow the blend to re-flower.

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