White clover lawns - Knowledgebase Question

Bloomfield Hills, Mi
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Question by joycemerkl
January 25, 2010
Is this a good option to conserve water, save on gasoline (for mowers), and have a greener lawn in times of drought? We live in the Detroit, MI area.

Answer from NGA
January 25, 2010
Dutch White Clover grows about 5" tall so won't need regular mowing. It is relatively heat and drought tolerant but you may need to water during the height of the summer heat, depending upon how well your soil holds moisture. Aside from the above, clover is a great alternative to turfgrasses. Hope this information is helpful.

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