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Old 08-28-2006, 12:11 PM   #11
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We egt the wierdest/neatest looking red clover in our lawn (and they are just starting to bloom). And yes, I have spent many a minute looking for 4 leaf clovers...
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when it all growes in Bill you got to take some Pics
x2, I want to see what it will look like.
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Hmmmmm, Does this clover increase boost pressure overall, or just during lower end torque I live in a wet temperate climate so dont see much yellowing, but clover is a big part of my lawn naturally. It does require less water and is hardier than grass. You have to watch how close you got it though. Especially when its getting established.
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I chose the colors because I couldn't decide.



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And yes, I have spent many a minute looking for 4 leaf clovers...
Why doesn't that surprise me? LOL

We have the crimson clovers growing in the medians of the hwys here. It is pretty when they come out.
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I bet he planted it so it blossoms into a Pontiac emblem

If that'* the case, i need blue and white.
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I bet he planted it so it blossoms into a Pontiac emblem

If that'* the case, i need blue and white.
That would be so tight.
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The white clover is what we called weeds back home (and the cattle would eat and get sick). Them crimson clovers are cool looking, and the ones growing in my yard are completely different. The have reddish leaves and little yellow flowers.

Might have to get a pic fopr the horticulturalists in the crowd...
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The worst thing that'* ever happened to our lawn is some of the snow rot/mold we got a year or two ago.

Some well appointed fertilizer, and having underground sprinklers at every house we've owned (even in Idaho) goes a long ways. Dunno if i'd ever get a house without 'em.
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Landscaping with weeds... Hmmmm.........

My thoughts exactly...
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