About Red Clover

A common plant with a red/purple flower on top of a long stem. Leaves have a distinct white chevron that guides the bees/insects and young children to the flower and grows only a foot or two tall.



Primary use
food source

Edible parts
Primarily Flowers, leaves

Salves for burns, respiratory issues


One to two foot tall plant with a slender stalk and sparce 3 lobed  leaves with chevrons on the topside. The flower is round with a reddish/purple colour.

Where to look

Along roadsides/disturbed areas, fields, they enjoy sunny weather, shaded areas and pretty much everywhere 🙂

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