Red clover is a cousin of alfalfa with bigger leaves and a fresh garden flavor. Red clover looks so much like alfalfa that many folks can’t distinguish between either their seeds or their sprouts. But red clover is a lighter green with a slightly more pronounced flavor. While alfalfa can hold onto its seed jackets tightly, red clover does an excellent job of shedding them.
Growing Red Clover Sprouting Seed
Best Sprouter: Freshlife Automatic Sprouter.
Next Best Sprouter: Hemp Sprout Bag.
Ready in 7 days.
Seed Storage & Viability: Up to 3 years when stored in a glass jar in a cool, dark place. Refrigerate or freeze in a sealed freezer bag to extend storage life.
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