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ID this weed :)

 
                    
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See this growing in fields here in Florida, and I recently visited Michigan where it was growing as well. Its very tiny, only standing about 4".
 
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white clover

 
Leila Rich
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White clover's great: reasonably drought-tolerant, nitrogen-fixing, low-growing and bees adore it.
 
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Weed? I want to replace my lawn with it.
 
                    
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thanks all appreciate the ID
 
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The flowers taste sweet. You can use them in salads too.
 
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