Crimson Clover stands out as an annual high-yield aerial-seeding, self regenerating plant with striking ‘reddish crimson’ or ‘blood red’ flowers, ideal for short-term pasture applications catering to both high protein grazing and harvest needs.
Crimson Clover (Trifolium incarnatum) is a versatile legume suited to low fertility soils and is tolerant of low pH. It’s distinctive upright growth pattern, rapid growth makes Crimson particularly well-suited for hay and silage production, setting it apart from lower growing legumes such as white and subterranean clovers.
- Annual high yielding legume
- Aerial seeding for excellent silage and hay production
- Versatile, adapt to low fertility soils
- Rapid late winter and spring growth
- Striking red crimson flowers for beneficial insects
Notably, Crimson Clover produces exceptionally palatable herbage of superior quality, particularly in late winter and early spring making it a valuable asset in enhancing both livestock nutrition and overall farm productivity.
Crimson clover – a honey bee favourite.
With very showy ‘crimson’ colouring a easy to access flowers for bees and other beneficial insects, Crimson Clover is popular in vineyards and orchards.
|Cover crop, silage/hay production
|Standalone: 10-15kg/ha Mix: 2-6kg/ha
|Days to Maturity
|Multi Specie Pasture Blends