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White Dutch Clover

Cuts down on weeds, and adds nitrogen to soil!

White Dutch Clover

Cuts down on weeds, and adds nitrogen to soil!

  • Fast-growing grass aid
  • Great for interplanting with grass or as a lawn substitute
  • Grows vigorously even in poor soil to block weeds
  • Adds nitrogen into the soil
  • Attracts pollinators with its flowers
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Product Description

White Dutch Clover is a valuable, fast-growing grass aid when getting a new lawn started or when overseeding an existing lawn. This variety of white clover seeds will grow vigorously even in poor clay subsoil like the kind that might surround the construction of a new home. The clover's roots feature nodules that pull nitrogen from the air and into the soil, providing a third of the nitrogen that your grass needs! A natural weed suppressor requiring little maintenance, dutch white clover is an easy addition to your lawn. The 'white' in dutch white clover stands for the delicate white flowers this plant produces, which help to attract pollinators like bees and butterflies to your garden. For over-seeding and existing lawns, sow 4-6 oz of seed per 1,000 sq ft of ground. 4 oz of seed per 1,000 sq ft should be plenty if sown at the same time as grass seed. Dutch White Clover will sprout in 7-10 days and have your garden fresh and healthy in no time!

Frequently Asked Questions:
  • When To Plant White Dutch Clover

Spring is the best time to start a White Dutch Clover lawn or to sow Dutch White Clover seeds into your existing lawn. White Dutch Clover seed can also be sown in the lawn in late summer to early fall, about 6-8 weeks before the first fall frost date.

  • How To Plant White Dutch Clover

To germinate, white clover seed needs contact with the soil. If adding White Dutch Clover to an existing lawn, mow the existing lawn very short. Remove any thatch. Because Dutch White Clover seed is very small, mix the white clover seed with sand so that it's easier to spread. The clover seed can be spread by hand for smaller areas or in a spreader for larger areas. If planting White Dutch Clover in a new lawn, you can lightly rake the clover seeds into the soil. Don't worry if some seeds are visible. Water the area if there is not adequate rainfall.

  • How Much White Dutch Clover Seed Do I Need

If you are sowing White Dutch Clover Seed on a new lawn, you may need as little as 2 ounces of seed per 1,000 square feet. If sowing on an existing lawn or over-seeding, we recommend sowing 4-6 ounces per 1,000 square feet. Our Dutch White Clover Seed for sale is available in 1 1 lb. bags.

  • When Should You Overseed Dutch White Clover

If your lawn has bare spots or the grass is thin, consider overseeding with White Dutch Clover seed. Overseeding Dutch White Clover seed is best done in the spring.

  • How Fast Does Dutch White Clover Spread

In favorable conditions, Dutch White Clover can reseed itself and spread. How fast it does depends on the soil and growing conditions. Depending on how much Dutch White Clover you want in your lawn, you may need to reseed it in 3-4 years.

Product Details
  • Season: both Spring & Fall
  • Sun/Shade: Full Sun
  • Height: 3 - 5 Inches
  • Zone: 2-9
  • Depth:For over-seeding and existing lawn, sow four to six ounces per 1,000 square feet (four oz. per 1,000 square feet should be plenty if sown at the same time as grass seed).
  • Germination: 10 - 15 Days
  • Soil Preference: Moist, rich soil.
  • Form: cover crop
  • Size: 1Lb
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Orders for in-stock seeds and hardgoods are typically shipped within 5 business days.

Plants will be shipped at the proper planting time for your area of the country during the shipping timeframes outlined below:


Spring 2022 Shipping Schedule
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9A - 10B 4/11/22 - 6/3/22 2/7/22 - 6/10/22 4/11/22 - 6/3/22
Last Order Date 5/30/2022 6/6/2022 5/30/2022

Spring 2022 Shipping Schedule
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5/2/2022

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8B 2/14/22 - 5/27/22 2/14/22 - 5/13/22 2/14/22 - 4/29/22
9A & B 1/17/22 - 5/27/22 2/7/22 - 5/13/22 2/14/22 - 4/29/22
10A & B 1/17/22 - 5/27/22 2/7/22 - 5/13/22 2/7/22 - 4/29/22
Last Order Date 5/23/2022 1A-7B: 6/3/2022
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1A-7B: 5/16/2022
8A-10B: 4/25/2022

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Last Order Date 10/24/2022 10/24/2022

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Please note that we cannot ship outside of the continental United States.

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