A rare gem – not found in many places! This native perennial plant is beneficial to pollinators, birds, and herbivores. Like all clovers, round headed bush clover fixes nitrogen in the soil. The seed heads persist through out winter – providing landscape interest, bird perch, and wildlife food.
The seeds are from a wild native remnant and is a local ecotype – not purchased or modified in any way. We continue to spread seeds from this native plant into our larger prairie restoration project.
Hardy in zones 3-8. It can withstand harsh winters and extreme heat/drought. Seeds should be sown fall through early spring.