White Clover is a versatile, perennial legume that does well in cool, moist climates. It is a pasture legume that can be planted with pasture grasses, does well as a forage crop with high palatability and nutritious forage value for all livestock, and can be planted among lawn grasses for its density and green color. White Clover is also used for wildlife food and for erosion control on moist sites. It has white blooms with a slight pink hue that typically bloom in the spring and throughout the summer. The different types of white clover (large, intermediate, small) and their cultivars have specific uses. For example, Ladino White Clover, a large type, grows tall enough to be used for green chop, hay and silage.