Photos of Gardens, Yards and other Foodscaping Projects
Perennial white clover presents a wonderful alternative to grass lawns. White clover grows a maximum of 6 inches, meaning No Mowing! Clover fixes nitrogen in the soil, producing fertility in our yards, and feeds the bees with sweet nectar. This album shows an example of a yard in which grass was removed and replaced with a white clover cover. These pictures were taken in the winter. One picture shows the difference between the clover lawn and a neighbors grass lawn.