Arrowleaf clover is an winter annual forage growing 1-3’ tall and is best adapted to well drained loam and sandy soils with a pH of 6.0 to 7.0 in the eastern third of Texas.
Arrowleaf clover is thought to be a non-bloating clover, but livestock should be monitored when grazing it. Primary forage provision following establishment is from March-June.
Planting Rate/Ac: 5-10 lbs
For more information: Clover Planting Guide from Aggie Clover