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BULK x Apache Arrowleaf Clover Seeds – Attracts HONEYBEES – DEER & WILDLIFE PLOT – REPLACES LAWN – By MySeeds.Co (180000 Seeds – 1 LB)

This plant is attractive to bees, butterflies and/or birds

Flowers are fragrant

Average Water Needs; Water regularly; do not overwater

Self-sows freely; deadhead if you do not want volunteer seedlings next season

Clover is a host plant for many smaller butterfly larvae, food for wildlife, nectar source for bees and butterflies and is recommended as a great ground cover in place of a lawn.

Apache Arrowleaf Clover

Apache Arrowleaf Clover Seed – Apache Arrowleaf Clover Seed – Apache Arrowleaf Clover is an annual cool season re-seeding clover. Apache Arrowleaf clover is a great choice for fall and winter livestock forage and wildlife food plots.

Apache Arrowleaf Clover is an annual reseeding clover developed by the Texas Agricultural Experiment Station at Texas A&M University. By eliminating the genetic trait for susceptibility, Apache, unlike Yuchi, is resistant to lethal wilt. Apache is also tolerant to BYMV disease, and when infected has a higher survival rate than Yuchi.

Apache has greater forage production in early spring than Yuchi and its total season forage production is greater or equal to that of Yuchi. Apache flowers 10-14 days earlier than Yuchi. Apache Clover is commonly planted with ryegrass or small grains for spring forage.

Planting Rate: 10-15 lbs. per acre
Planting Depth: 1/4 – 1/2 inch
Planting Time: Fall
Type: Annual Reseeding
Application: Wildlife Food Plots, Cattle Forage
pH: 6.5-8
Soil: Medium to High Moisture

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  • Apache Arrowleaf Clover
  • This plant is attractive to bees, butterflies and/or birds Flowers are fragrant Average Water Needs; Water regularly; do not overwater Self-sows freely; deadhead if you do not want volunteer seedlings next season Clover is a host plant for many smaller butterfly larvae, food for wildlife, nectar source for bees and butterflies and is recommended as a great ground cover in place of a lawn.
  • Planting Rate: 10-15 lbs. per acre Planting Depth: 1/4 – 1/2 inch Planting Time: Fall Type: Annual Reseeding Application: Wildlife Food Plots, Cattle Forage pH: 6.5-8 Soil: Medium to High Moisture
  • Apache Arrowleaf Clover Apache Arrowleaf Clover Seed – Apache Arrowleaf Clover Seed – Apache Arrowleaf Clover is an annual cool season re-seeding clover. Apache Arrowleaf clover is a great choice for fall and winter livestock forage and wildlife food plots. Apache Arrowleaf Clover is an annual reseeding clover developed by the Texas Agricultural Experiment Station at Texas A&M University. By eliminating the genetic trait for susceptibility, Apache, unlike Yuchi, is resistant to lethal wilt. Apache is also tolerant to BYMV disease, and when infected has a higher survival rate than Yuchi. Apache has greater forage production in early spring than Yuchi and its total season forage production is greater or equal to that of Yuchi. Apache flowers 10-14 days earlier than Yuchi. Apache Clover is commonly planted with ryegrass or small grains for spring forage.

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Garden Wildlife: How To Attract Bees, Butterflies, Insects, Birds, Frogs And Animals Into Your Backyard

Award-winning authors give advice on how to encourage native insects and birds into your backyard, with a guide to suitable plantings and projects for feeders, bee boxes, log piles, nesting sites and more.

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Taylor’s Weekend Gardening Guide to Attracting Birds and Butterflies: How to Plant a Backyard Habitat to Attract Hummingbirds and Other Winged Wildlife (Taylor’s Weekend Gardening Guides)

Nature’s colorful creatures will flock to the yard when you follow the guidelines set forth in this book. Attractive flowers and natural plantings will attract birds and butterflies throughout the season.

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Tags: Gardening, Weekend, Attracting, Habitat, Birds,, Wildlife, Guide, Plant, Hummingbirds, Backyard:

BULK x Apache Arrowleaf Clover Seeds – Attracts HONEYBEES – DEER & WILDLIFE PLOT – REPLACES LAWN – By MySeeds.Co (045000 Seeds – 4 oz)

This plant is attractive to bees, butterflies and/or birds

Flowers are fragrant

Average Water Needs; Water regularly; do not overwater

Self-sows freely; deadhead if you do not want volunteer seedlings next season

Clover is a host plant for many smaller butterfly larvae, food for wildlife, nectar source for bees and butterflies and is recommended as a great ground cover in place of a lawn.

Apache Arrowleaf Clover

Apache Arrowleaf Clover Seed – Apache Arrowleaf Clover Seed – Apache Arrowleaf Clover is an annual cool season re-seeding clover. Apache Arrowleaf clover is a great choice for fall and winter livestock forage and wildlife food plots.

Apache Arrowleaf Clover is an annual reseeding clover developed by the Texas Agricultural Experiment Station at Texas A&M University. By eliminating the genetic trait for susceptibility, Apache, unlike Yuchi, is resistant to lethal wilt. Apache is also tolerant to BYMV disease, and when infected has a higher survival rate than Yuchi.

Apache has greater forage production in early spring than Yuchi and its total season forage production is greater or equal to that of Yuchi. Apache flowers 10-14 days earlier than Yuchi. Apache Clover is commonly planted with ryegrass or small grains for spring forage.

Planting Rate: 10-15 lbs. per acre
Planting Depth: 1/4 – 1/2 inch
Planting Time: Fall
Type: Annual Reseeding
Application: Wildlife Food Plots, Cattle Forage
pH: 6.5-8
Soil: Medium to High Moisture

Product Features

  • Apache Arrowleaf Clover
  • This plant is attractive to bees, butterflies and/or birds Flowers are fragrant Average Water Needs; Water regularly; do not overwater Self-sows freely; deadhead if you do not want volunteer seedlings next season Clover is a host plant for many smaller butterfly larvae, food for wildlife, nectar source for bees and butterflies and is recommended as a great ground cover in place of a lawn.
  • Planting Rate: 10-15 lbs. per acre Planting Depth: 1/4 – 1/2 inch Planting Time: Fall Type: Annual Reseeding Application: Wildlife Food Plots, Cattle Forage pH: 6.5-8 Soil: Medium to High Moisture
  • Apache Arrowleaf Clover Apache Arrowleaf Clover Seed – Apache Arrowleaf Clover Seed – Apache Arrowleaf Clover is an annual cool season re-seeding clover. Apache Arrowleaf clover is a great choice for fall and winter livestock forage and wildlife food plots. Apache Arrowleaf Clover is an annual reseeding clover developed by the Texas Agricultural Experiment Station at Texas A&M University. By eliminating the genetic trait for susceptibility, Apache, unlike Yuchi, is resistant to lethal wilt. Apache is also tolerant to BYMV disease, and when infected has a higher survival rate than Yuchi. Apache has greater forage production in early spring than Yuchi and its total season forage production is greater or equal to that of Yuchi. Apache flowers 10-14 days earlier than Yuchi. Apache Clover is commonly planted with ryegrass or small grains for spring forage.

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Taylor’s Weekend Gardening Guide to Attracting Birds and Butterflies: How to Plant a Backyard Habitat to Attract Hummingbirds and Other Winged Wildlife (Taylor’s Weekend Gardening Guides)

Nature’s colorful creatures will flock to the yard when you follow the guidelines set forth in this book. Attractive flowers and natural plantings will attract birds and butterflies throughout the season.

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Tags: Guide, Backyard:, Plant, Butterflies, Wildlife, Weekend

National Wildlife Federation® Attracting Birds, Butterflies & Backyard Wildlife (Landscaping)

A backyard can come alive by creating an environment with plants and spaces that attract nature’s most interesting and friendly creatures. Colorful butterflies, uplifting songbirds, and lively toads can enhance the personal garden space, giving pleasure to nature lovers of all ages. National Wildlife Federation’s® Attracting Birds, Butterflies, and Other Backyard Wildlife provides over a dozen step-by-step projects for families to do together, making getting back to nature easy, educational, and fun.

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  • Creative Homeowner Press #274655 Attracting Birds Book
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The California Wildlife Habitat Garden: How to Attract Bees, Butterflies, Birds, and Other Animals

This attractive, practical guide explains how to transform backyard gardens into living ecosystems that are not only enjoyable retreats for humans, but also thriving sanctuaries for wildlife. Beautifully illustrated with full-color photographs, this book provides easy-to-follow recommendations for providing food, cover, and water for birds, bees, butterflies, and other small animals. Emphasizing individual creativity over conventional design, Bauer asks us to consider the intricate relationships between plants and wildlife and our changing role as steward, rather than manipulator, of these relationships.
In an engaging narrative that endorses simple and inexpensive methods of wildlife habitat gardening, Nancy Bauer discusses practices such as recycling plant waste on site, using permeable pathways, growing regionally appropriate plants, and avoiding chemical fertilizers and insecticides. She suggests ways of attracting pollinators through planting choices and offers ideas for building water sources and shelters for wildlife. A plant resource guide, tips for propagating plants, seasonal plants for hummingbirds, and host plants for butterflies round out The California Wildlife Habitat Garden, making it an indispensable primer for those about to embark on creating their own biologically diverse, environmentally friendly garden.

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The Naturalist’s Garden: How to Garden With Plants That Attract Birds, Butterflies and Other Wildlife

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The National Wildlife Federation’s Guide to Gardening for Wildlife: How to Create a Beautiful Backyard Habitat for Birds, Butterflies and Other Wild

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Touch a Butterfly: Wildlife Gardening with Kids–Simple Ways to Attract Birds, Butterflies, Toads, and More to Your Garden

Turn your garden into a hummingbird hotspot, a haven for butterflies, and a thriving ecosystem that will delight and inspire the young and young-at-heart
 
Gardening with children is a pleasure in itself, but when you learn to include wildlife in your plans, gardening becomes an even more joyful family experience. Creating a garden that invites wildlife opens up a wider world of nature for investigation, inspiration, and delight. Begin to see your yard from an animal’s perspective; discover plants that attract colorful birds and bugs; embrace sensory experiences that native plants and creatures bring; and understand how your yard fits into the surrounding landscape. Along the way you will discover simple ways you can actively support wildlife in your immediate environment, no matter where you live. This family-friendly guide to wildlife gardening leads you on a path to discovery, where trees are transformed into bird and animal habitats, where sunny spots are revered for dragonfly viewing, and where your entire garden becomes an animal-welcoming kingdom.

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