What is Trifolium repens
Trifolium repens , white clover, (scientific name: Trifolium repens), is native to Europe and is a virulent cereal perennial of the genus Pseudomonas. It is strong wild grass even if it is native and stepped on the field of a field or field. Bloom white small flowers in spherical form with flower stalks out of axil. There is a play to pick the flower stem from just above the root and knit it, to make a bracelet or hair ornament. It continues to bloom for a long period from spring to autumn. Leaves have petioles and they are mutually reciprocal. There are rarely four leaves, but many of the leaves have three spots (three leaves) and spots. It is planted as grass in Europe. There is a red-faced Red clover (scientific name: Trifolium pratense) that makes a larger purple-peach flower bloom for a group.
Common name: Trifolium repens, scientific name: Trifolium repens, aka: clover, white clover , Netherlanda Genge, Place of origin: Europe, Herb Length: 10 to 20 cm, Leaf Shape: 3 Departure Compound, Leaf Margin: Fine Serrated, Wreath Diameter: 1.5-2 cm, Flowering Period: April to October : 0.1 to 0.3 cm, flower color: white.