Recent Examples of clover from the Web
This plow-to-package grain farm operates under an exclusively organic system, planting cover crops like buckwheat and clover to increase soil fertility.
Fortunately for the Fighting Irish, the luck of the four-sided clover was on their side.
Some exceptions include fruits and nuts that grow on trees, berries, and grasses like clover and some alfalfa.
While some Internet users have leaned into other elements of superstition by tweeting out photos of their black cats, others have taken a proactive approach to combating bad luck by showing talismans like four-leaf clovers.
The clover style of the necklace has become well known, but the company made only 100 of the necklaces and numbered each one.
There must have been no wood to knock on or four-leaf clovers to scoop up before Maryland beat then-No.
Make an additional pass over the lawn to control broadleafed weeds such as henbit, chickweed, dandelions and clover.
For the typical home vegetable gardener, the best cover crops are often legumes such as winter peas, fava beans, clovers or vetches.
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Origin and Etymology of clover
First Known Use: before 12th centurySee Words from the same year
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Definition of clover for English Language Learners
: a small plant that has usually three leaves on each stem and that usually has round flowers that are white, red, or purple
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