Rabbitfoot Clover
Scientific Name: Trifolium arvense
Weed Family: Fabaceae


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. 

Herbicide Use

Make your post-emergence herbicide application to rabbitfoot clover that is young and actively growing.


Germination Dates

Zone-3: April-MayZone-4: AprilZone-5: February-MarchZone-6: February-MarchZone-7: FebruaryZone-8: FebruaryZone-9: January-FebruaryZone-10: January-February