WhitePrairie Clover, Dalea candida


This graceful member of the legume family has a tall, upright clump habit.  Its leaves are larger than the purple prairie clover. Soft clusters of white flowers bloom from June-Sept. Works for many soil types and is drought tolerant due to its taproot. Food for birds and attractive to bees and butterflies. Also makes a good cover crop! 50/seeds/Pkt./3.00; 1/2 oz./5.00.