White prairie clover is a perennial forb that grows 1 to 2 feet tall and is readily eaten by livestock and deer. Many polinators will visit White prairie clover which, in turn, support insect eating birds. The clover will decrease on heavily grazed pastures.
(From Range Plants of North Central Texas - A Land user's Guide to Their Identification ,Value and Managment, 2014, by Ricky J. Linex, USDA-Natural Resources Conservation Service.)
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