Red Clover

Tau Zero


A field of red clover on a summer day, somewhere along the back roads of northern Montana…

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2 thoughts on “Red Clover

  1. That’s beautiful. I used to see fields like that sometimes, back in the days when farmers used to fallow a field to let it recover and rejuvenate before planting it again. Red clover is a perfect cover crop — it stops erosion, replenishes the soil, provides food for the bees, and as an added bonus, it smells heavenly. I used to love walking or biking by a field of red clover when the wind was blowing in my direction. I’ve been trying to persuade my husband to replace the grass in our back yard with red clover. 🙂

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