White clover Garden Doctor 50 g
|HUF 585 * (nettó: HUF 461)|
Characterisation of the White Clover:
White clover (Kertdoktor) is a chemical-free seed (Trifolium repens) species of the order Fabales and the family Fabaceae. Its four-leaved variety is the four-leaved clover, considered a symbol of good luck in European culture. It is a perennial plant that lives from four to six years. One of the most widespread plants in natural grassland. It is ubiquitous in mowed meadows, wet and lush pastures. It produces up to five shoots a year from its twining tendrils.
It can be grown very efficiently both without and with irrigation. It is well adapted to its environment, even in dry areas. The plant can be sown once and then reproduces from seed every year, it likes damp, rainy gardens but will also survive in drier soils. Sow the white testicle seed in spring or autumn with the grass seed, 50 g per 100 sq.m. is sufficient as it spreads quickly.
Benefits of using White Clover Garden Doctor:
Since white testicle binds nitrogen in the soil, which is the most important nutrient for grass, it is worth mixing it in with the grass seed, and it also loosens the soil and regulates the water balance. In addition to fixing nitrogen in the soil, it also decorates the lawn with its white flowers.
Both the flowers and leaves of white testicle are edible and tasty, so feel free to pick a few for a morsel or two. It is a blood purifier, effective against gout orally and externally. It is also beneficial for the health of the lymphatic system. Several records suggest that it may also be a useful supplement for certain kidney diseases associated with kidney stone formation. It is also used in eye wash decoctions. Its traditional use as a means of cleansing the fluids circulating in the body is therefore the most common.
How to use White Clover Garden Doctor?
Sowing in the open ground:
It can be sown in March and September, in one go with grass sowing.
First half of June to end of September.
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