Rabbitfoot clover is a winter annual. Rabbitfoot clover has a multi-branched growth habit. Both the stems and leaves are densely haired. The leaves consist of 3 narrow leaflets with minute teeth-like projections at the tips. The flowers of rabbitfoot clover are small pink to purple and are clustered in grayish soft-silky cylinder-shaped heads. Rabbitfoot clover reproduces by seed, and flowers in the spring. Rabbitfoot clover is found in the Southeastern United States, west to Louisiana and north to Missouri.
Weed Photos: Courtesy of Dr. Lambert McCarty. Clemson University. Clemson, SC.
Make your post-emergence herbicide application to rabbitfoot clover that is young and actively growing.
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