Trifolium eriocephalum facts for kids
Quick facts for kidsTrifolium eriocephalum
Trifolium eriocephalum is a species of clover known by the common name woollyhead clover or hairy head clover.
Trifolium eriocephalum is a hairy perennial herb producing an upright, unbranched stem. The leaves are made up of oval leaflets up to 4 centimeters long.
The inflorescence is a head of flowers up to 3 centimeters long with flowers spreading and soon drooping. The flower has a densely hairy, tubular calyx of sepals with long, narrow linear lobes that may bend outward. The white or yellowish corolla may be up to 1.4 centimeters long.
- Trifolium eriocephalum ssp. cusickii — Cusick's clover, Great Basin region.
- Trifolium eriocephalum ssp. eriocephalum
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