Is Clover Good for Your Lawn

Is Clover Good for Your Lawn?

Picture this: you work hard to keep your lawn looking green and lush. It’s the perfect length – not too long, but not too short either. It doesn’t look like someone who had an unintentional buzz cut at their barber last week. One day you invite your neighbor over, and after surveying the splendor of your backyard kingdom, Brad from across the street says, “Great lawn you’ve got here… but, uh, shame about all that clover.” But is that really a bad thing, or is clover good for your lawn?

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How to Plant Clover in Existing Lawn

How to Plant Clover in Existing Lawn Areas

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This article was last updated on by Lawn Chick Owner Sarah Jameson
Article content reviewed for accuracy by Certified Horticulturist Nicole Forsyth

Did you know that clover can revitalize your existing grass lawn? I’ve added clover to difficult areas of my own property with great success, so if you want to learn how to plant clover in existing lawn areas where traditional turfgrass struggles, you’ve come to the right place. Keep reading to discover my guide to planting clover on your property.

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Clover Lawns Pros and Cons

Clover Lawns Pros and Cons

If you’re like many other people in the United States, you might not realize that clover wasn’t always considered a weed and a nuisance. In fact, many years ago, it was almost always included in grass seed mixes. Clover actually has lots of benefits, and today I’ll take a look at those (as well as its downsides) in this article all about the pros and cons of clover lawns.

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Micro Clover Lawn

Why You Should Consider a Micro Clover Lawn

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This article was last updated on by Lawn Chick Owner Sarah Jameson
Article content reviewed for accuracy by Certified Horticulturist Nicole Forsyth

It’s a contentious debate. Is the presence of micro clover in your lawn a gardening delight or a gardening fail? While some hardcore lawn aficionados might say clover is a weed, others have embraced its presence or even transitioned from a traditional grass lawn to a micro clover lawn.

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