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Warm season annual legume from the tropics of the old world. It can grow l To 2 feet tall. It has unifoliolate leaves and pink flowers.

$15.00$130.00

An upright, cool-season, reseeding annual legume originating from Euraia that grows to a height of 40 to 50 inches under good conditions. Seeds germinate in the fall, but grow slowly during the winter.

$17.50$145.00

An upright, cool-season, annual legume native to the Mediterranean region that grows to a height of 30 inches under good conditions. Seeds germinate in the fall, but grow slowly during the winter.

$20.30$173.00

Frosty is very different than other Berseem Clovers.  Frosty offers more cold tolerance Legume that is a very small seed and when combined with ryegrass and other fall planted forages it can be planted as low as 2-3 pounds per acre.  It also does a good job of producing seed for reseeding itself.   Usage is [...]

$12.70$127.00

Mixture of the major clovers of Crimson, Arrowleaf, Berseem, Yellow Blossom, and Silver River clover.  Normally mixed with other fall planted items especially annual ryegrass due to seed size.  Justin Seed offers this as a Pure mixture of clover allowing the customer to choses the application.  Good for mixing into turf if a person likes [...]

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Legume that is a very small seed and when combined with ryegrass and other fall planted forages it can be planted as low as 2-3 pounds per acre.  It also does a good job of producing seed for reseeding itself.   Usage is normally in mixtures for wildlife and provides a bridge in the gap between [...]

$28.00$240.00

Native from Europe to central Asia and one of the most cultivated clovers.  Good for mixing into turf if a person likes the present of clover in a yard. Perennial clover that normally is only an annual in Texas.  Has been used in fall plantings for erosion control due to its adaptation to several soil [...]

$14.20$121.50

Introduced winter annual and herbaceous legume. The leaves and stems of crimson clover resemble those of red clover, but the leaves are round-tipped with more hair on the stems and leaves.

$27.00$245.00

Unique cool-season annual legume native to the northeastern Mediterranean region and becoming widely used in North America and other parts of the world. Balansa can be used for grazing, hay, cover cropping, and wildlife feed.

$20.50$180.00

Shallow-rooted clover that is used in grass mixtures for pasture and wildlife. Due to the shallow-roots it likes soils with adequate moisture.

$3.70 /lbs. (pounds)

A major forage crop for the southeastern United States. Common, Kobe, and Korean Lespedeza are annuals. Sericea Lespedeza is perennial.

$32.00$320.00

Selection of naturalized little burr medic developed by Dr. William R. Ocumpaugh of the TAES-Beeville and released by Texas Agricultural Experiment Station.

$50.00 /lbs. (pounds)

Upright perennial that blooms in mid summer. Grows in sandy, well drained soils.

$23.00$200.00

Good for Pasture improvement. Biennial clover that normally is only an annual in Texas.  Produces a red flower.  Crimson Clover is another option if your wanting color.  Can be used as pasture improvement and wildlife habitat and food plots.  Like most clovers it grows slowly in the fall establishing a root and plant structure while [...]

$24.00$215.00

New rust-resistant, a cultivar of white-flowered, annual sweetclover (Melilotus albus Medik.) adapted to the south and central Texas.

$35.00$150.00

New long-lasting white clover that promises great performance for years to come. Renovation was bred for maximum stolon density, longer life, and greater animal performance.

$25.00$220.00

May take 2 years to bloom when planted in spring in Texas. Yellow Blossom, Sweet Clover. Usually mixed in pastures for grazing or oats for hay.