About White Clover

A very common weed in almost everyone’s yard. Its white flowers and leaves offer similar taste and nutrition as red clover.

Primary use
food source

Edible parts
Leaves, Flowers, Roots

Cleansing the blood, treating sores, wounds.


Small plants topped by white round flowers with maybe some red/purple where it connects to the stem. Typically under a foot tall.


Where to look

Along roadsides/disturbed areas. Lawns and mowed fields.

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