Does your community place restrictions on the amount of water you can use on your lawn and garden? Traditional turf requires a lot of water and fertilizer to look lush and green. If your lawn is struggling with hot, dry weather and water restrictions, it might be a good time to consider an alternative: clover. Clover plants are easy to grow and can cover just like grass, but the deep roots of clover need less water to thrive, making it more drought-resistant than regular grass. Doesn't a lawn of lucky four-leaf clovers sound nice?
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