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Problem Solver > Weeds > Clover

This perennial weed is a plant that is either loves or hated by homeowners. Form may gardeners who did not intentionally plant clover, knowing how to control it in lawns and garden beds in helpful. Getting rid of clover once established can be quite tricky, but can be done with the right tools and patience. Let Brunnings show you how to clear up your clover issue.

Symptoms-
A weed that grows low to the ground. While it can grow in many different places, it is typically found in lawns, especially sparse lawns where the competition from grass is weak.

The leaves on white clover grow in sets of 3 leaflets. Each leaflet is tear shaped and many have a reddish stripe across it. The flowers on white clover are spiky and white with a brownish green centre. White clover grows in a creeping manner and will develop roots where ever a stem node touches the ground.

IMPORTANT NOTE: ONLY BUFFALO SPECIFIC PRODUCTS (ie. Buffalo Lawn Weed Kill & FEED 'N WEED GRANULAR), ARE SUITABLE FOR BUFFALO/KIKUYU LAWNS. OTHER PRODUCTS MAY DAMAGE YOUR LAWNS AND ARE NOT RECOMMENDED. PLEASE READ PRODUCT INSTRUCTIONS ON THE BACK OF THE PRODUCT FOR COMPLETE DETAILS.

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