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Alsike Clover
Trifolium hybridum
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Not native to Alberta. Perennial.

General Description

By Gustave J. Yaki

Introduced from Europe. Uncommon. Stems, smooth, much branched, 2-8dm tall. Leaves, alternate; 3 oval to elliptic, leaflets, 2-4cm long. Flowers, pinkish, 8-9mm long, on stems 2-8cm long; July-August. Fruit, long stalked pod with 2-4 lens-shaped seeds. Habitat: fields, roadsides, disturbed areas. sWeas.N50.59.614/W114.09.600.

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Recent Alsike Clover Reports in Alberta

Abundance Location Reporter Date
Present Fairview Escarpment Blake 2011/07/13
Present Dry Island Buffalo Jump Provincial Park Blake 2011/07/10
Present Yellowhead County Blake 2010/07/28
Present Fairview Escarpment Blake 2010/07/06
Present Leduc County Blake 2010/06/01

Alsike Clover Hotspots in Alberta

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