Found almost everywhere in North America from the tropics to the arctic circle, white clover is a naturalized, non-native member of the pea family deliberately brought to the New World as a high-protein food crop for grazing livestock. This one was part of a large patch growing in Northern Arkansas.
- © 2011
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