White Clover is a member of the broadleaf plant that is also a perennial weed. The clover produces a small white flower that blooms from March through December. Known as a creeping weed, they grow along the ground producing large clumps rooting at stem joints. Commonly found in meadows, lawns, planting beds, vineyards, and orchards. Controlling early is essential to avoid infestations.
These weeds are best controlled before they reach a mature state. Using a post emergent in the early spring is highly recommended. This will help slow the reproduction of the weed by not allowing them to spread any seeds.