The vibrant red blossoms of our crimson clover brings brilliant color to annual cover crop mixes and does especially well on it’s own or paired with rye, triticale, or cayuse oats. This clover fixes nitrogen, helps control erosion, and is also beautiful when it flowers in late spring. When managed properly it will re-seed, but is easily controlled. Performs best if planted late August-September in the Puget Sound. October in Western Oregon. Sow 25 pounds per acre. Now with OMRI listed Innoculant.