|COMMON NAME:||Clover, white|
|SCIENTIFIC NAME:||Trifolium repens|
|FEATURES:||Rhizomatous perennial. Trifoliate leaves with distinct white watermarking. Flower heads
globe-shaped, white with >20 individual flowers. Easily mistaken as ball clover which is
|DESCRIPTION:||More prominent in spring and fall, with greatest flower numbers in spring. Tends to die back
due to hot summers in the southeastern U.S. Difficult to distinguish between ball clover
(a creeping annual) and white clover (a creeping perennial).