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Dull white becoming brown with age, egg-shaped, up to 2cm wide.
A linear pea-like pod which contains 3 or 4 heart-shaped yellow-brown seeds.
The leaves are trifoliate which means that they are divided into 3. The leaves are long-stalked and individual leaflets are circular with fine teeth along the margins. The leaves often have pale green or white v-shaped patterns on them. Occasionally you may find a 4-leaf clover which is considered good luck.
40 centimetres tall
The leaves can be eaten raw in salads. Flowers are edible raw or cooked and can be dried to make tea.
Never consume a wild plant unless you are 100% certain that it is safe to eat and you know that you have identified it correctly.
Common Clover, Dutch Clover, Honeystalk, Kentish Clover, Ladino, Ladino Clover, Lamb Suckling, Trinity Leaf, White Trefoil.
Gardens, grassland, lawns, meadows, roadsides, wasteland, woodland.