Clover is a wonderful wild plant and makes a wonderful tea that is tasty, anti-inflammatory, and it has estrogen balancing properties. The taste is floral and mild. The Cherokees treated coughs and leukorrhea with clover tea. Many claim the tea is good for any number of lung conditions, including asthma, bronchitis, and coughs.
In late spring thousands of blooms light up garden spaces. It adapts readily to the garden as a nitrogen fixer, a source of organic matter, and as a showy quick fill flower. Legumes are a host plant and nectar provider to bees and many butterfly species. Annual.