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white clover

If you are talking about  planting perennial  white clover as a way to keep
out weeds I wouldn't recommend it. I planted white clover to keep down
noxious weeds in my garden paths. It is pretty invasive and invades all the
surrounding beds. Its really builds up the soil though ( it fixes nitrogen)
and it does keep other weeds out that I like less> I sure wouldn't want it
planted with my iris though
Karin Hinsen
Central Coast of California
Mild summers, Mild, wet winters
USDA Zone 8  Zone15-16 Western Garden

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