White Sweet Clover is a member of the Pea
height and has light green, lance shaped leaves which grow in groups of
to 1 inch in length. The plant grows along road sides and in fields at elevations below 7500 feet.
White Sweet Clover is a native of
Eurasia, but is now naturalized in the U.S.
White Sweet Clover blooms
between July - October and produces white, pea-like
flowers to 1/4 inch in length which grow in groups of 30 - 80 flowers
along a spike-like flower stalk which grows to 8 inches in length.