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Crimson Clover #9035841 04/19/24 12:41 AM
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Took a chance last fall and planted Crimson Clover behind the house and it came up. banana2

Pictures don't do it justice, looks better in person. Deer are eating it and looks pretty nice from the house.

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Re: Crimson Clover [Re: angus1956] #9035856 04/19/24 01:15 AM
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So this thread isn't about Tommy James and the Shondells, I am guessing. Sorry. Old guy.

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Originally Posted by Nolanco
So this thread isn't about Tommy James and the Shondells, I am guessing. Sorry. Old guy.


I thought the same thing. Can`t help myself. confused2

Re: Crimson Clover [Re: angus1956] #9036299 04/20/24 12:17 PM
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I just bought some small acreage in East Texas to hunt and have planted 100# of Crimson Clover about a month ago after I had some mulching done and it is coming up great. Timely rains and it sprouted up 3 days later. Hoping it will take good root and continue to come back each year. Planted it on a lease about 10 years ago and it came back every year.

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I'll plant more next fall it really makes the place "POP" in the spring.

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I think the clover is what closed the deal on selling my place last week. It comes up every spring and the land is just beautiful.
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