"Pipolina selection". Smallest leaf size of any commercial clover. Exceptionally cold-hardy, grown in Manitoba. Forms a healthy turf when planted alone, sown .
Microclover "spoon feeds" nitrogen to the grass, producing a healthy, dense and naturally green lawn. Helps out-compete weeds, and keeps grass green all season long. All the benefits of traditional white clover packed into very tiny leaves. Tolerates closer mowing than standard white clover.
White clover is often used as a permanent ground cover in orchard areas. It covers and protects soil and the shallow fruit tree roots. In the vegetable garden,
It's also used almost exclusively as a soil- and drainage-improving cover crop/green manure. White clover is the best choice to try and grow instead of a lawn or for seeding into a lawn. (In fact, white clover was a deliberate component of virtually all grass seed mixtures up until the 1960's.)