The most widely adaptable clover (Trifolium pretense), native to Europe, Western Asia and North Africa, but naturalized across the United States. Typically grown as a nitrogen fixing cover crop in colder climates, but we’ve also had success growing it in Southern California. The blossoms make a nice tea. Takes some and water to establish, so consider starting in seedling cells and transplanting during warmer seasons and direct sowing outside in rainier ones. Choose plantings carefully, as the plants travel through runner roots and spread readily wherever water is available.