A cool, season re-seeding annual legume. Plants have dark green leaves covered with hairs, and grow 1 to 3 feet tall. Crimson gets its name for the long heads with brilliant crimson flowers, which matures in May. It is one of the best clovers for cold tolerant production in late winter and early spring. Crimson is usually planted in the fall with small grains and ryegrass for wildlife food plots.
Seed Rate: 20 to 30 lbs/acre