any one of numerous natural herbs of the genus Trifolium within the pea household, having trifoliolate leaves and dense minds of tiny plants and including types cultivated for forage, for erosion control, so when a source of nectar for honeybees.
some of other flowers within the pea household, particularly bush clover and nice clover.
any one of a number of nonleguminous flowers, such as for instance owl's clover and liquid clover.
A plant of genus Trifolium with leaves often divided in to three (seldom four) leaflets in accordance with white or red flowers.
A plant of different species of the genus Trifolium; given that typical purple clover, Trifolium pratense, the white, Trifolium repens, while the hare's foot, Trifolium arvense.
A name of varied typical species of flowers of genus Trifolium, normal order Leguminosæ.
one of many flowers of various other genera from the exact same order.
In Texas, Marsilea macropoda, a plant of some forage price in questionable bottoms. See Marsilea.
Same as yearly purple clover.
In Ca: Trifolium fucatum, a real clover, probably with allied species or types. They are succulent flowers with light-colored vegetation.
T. obtusiflorum, a species having an acid style and clammy with an acid exudation. The Indians view it as one of the best for eating, the exudation being typically cleaned down. Also referred to as sodium clover and, as developing near springs, spring-clover.