White Dutch clover seed is gaining popularity among homeowners and others as an alternative to traditional grass lawns. You may mix white Dutch clover into an existing grass lawn or use it solo as an alternative lawn. Dutch white clover can work as a lawn alternative on a smaller scale but may present some issues for larger lawn areas. You may choose to plant a new lawn with a combination of eco-friendly grass and white Dutch clover. This clover is a soil nitrogen fixer so there is no need to use expensive and harmful chemical nitrogen fertilizers. Grows to a height of four to eight inches in a thick mat. Tolerates low mowing well (if desired). Stays green through droughty periods of summer. Provides nitrogen (up to 2 pounds of n/1000 square feet) for the other grasses in the lawn, eliminating the need to fertilize.
Blooming clover is often used as an alternative to lawns
Helps boost soil nitrogen levels
Can be used as ground cover, cover crop and for erosion control
Also great to attract bees and wildlife
Hardy perennial once established