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Wild red clover is becoming less common and those growing on verges and improved fields may be one of the vigorous agricultural varieties. Red clover makes a colourful addition to a lawn or wildflower meadow. Wood mice may stores the leaves and it is also an important nectar source for many insects including the common carder bumble bee.

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  • Posted: Thu. 18th June 2009 18:42