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White Flowers ( Pea-like Flowers )
Pea Family (Leguminosae)

White Clover
Trifolium repens

Season: Summer
Habitat:
 Montane to Subalpine
Height:
 Up to

Description: This very common clover is familiar to most. It has a trailing stem, off of which three parted leaves sprout. From the junction of some of the leaf stems, a flower stem will sprout. It will bear a round cluster of densely packed, white, pea-like flowers. The three parted leaves grow at the end of a long leaf-stalk, joining the trailing stem in an alternate arrangement. The dense flower-heads are approximately 1 cm in diametre, and white to pinkish-white in colour. The plant is often cultivated on pastureland, and is a favourite of bees.

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