Yes, Clover Is a Weed
It's a perennial broadleaf weed and is often found in lawns, fields, ditches, and other low-maintenance areas.
- Each stem has three small leaves (or leaflets) that are petal shaped and have a white "v" or crescent on each leaf, and are about a half inch long.
- White clover will usually bloom between early spring and late fall. The flowers are very small and are white or light pink. The small blooms form a spherical cluster that looks like a small ball of white petals.
- Clover is a low growing plant and the stems creep along the top surface, although the stems that branch off can reach up to a foot tall.
- They have a shallow root system and don't tolerate drought conditions well.