Common Name: White Clover ( Ladino Clover, White Dutch Clover )
Scientific Name: Trifolium repens
Nepali Name: Seto Beuli ( सेतो बेउली )
Size: 15 – 30 cm
Location: Sitapaila, Nepal
A perennial plant (Perennial is a plant that lives more than two years), White Clover is also known as Ladino Clover, White Dutch Clover. Growing up to 15 – 30 cm the flower is at the end of a 7 cm flower stalk which consists of a white head of generally 1.5-2 cm wide. The leaflets are elliptical to obovate to heart-shaped. They are frequently with white or light green markings of crescent-shaped or V-shaped.
A native to Europe, including the British Isles, White Clover is one of the most widely cultivated types of clover. In 1860 AD it was introduced in Nepal as a horse feed from England during the period of Prime Minister Jung Bahadur Rana.
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