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STRAWBERRY CLOVER Trifolium fragiferum (Fabaceae) Height to 15cm. Perennial with creeping stems that root at the nodes. Found in grassy places, mainly on clay and often near the sea. FLOWERS are pink and borne in globular heads, 10-15mm across (Jul-Sep). FRUITS are inflated, pinkish heads that resemble pale berries. LEAVES are trefoil with oval, unmarked leaflets. STATUS-Local in S; mainly coastal.
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STRAWBERRY CLOVER Trifolium fragiferum (Fabaceae) Height to 15cm. Perennial with creeping stems that root at the nodes. Found in grassy places, mainly on clay and often near the sea. FLOWERS are pink and borne in globular heads, 10-15mm across (Jul-Sep). FRUITS are inflated, pinkish heads that resemble pale berries. LEAVES are trefoil with oval, unmarked leaflets. STATUS-Local in S; mainly coastal.

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Date: 1 Jul 2013
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Credit: PAUL STERRY/NPL
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