Stone Clover

Biological Name:

Trifolium spp. (Stone-Clover)

Natural Habitat:

Stone-Clover: This plant is native to Europe and Asia. It can be found in a variety of habitats, including meadows, fields, and along roadsides.


Stone-Clover also known as Trifolium is a plant that is native to grassland and prairie regions of North America. It is an annual herb that can grow up to six inches tall and it has small oval-shaped leaves and small white or pink flowers that bloom in the summer. The plant is known for its distinctive three-lobed leaves and it is often used as a forage crop for livestock.

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