Scotts® Turf Builder® Clover Lawn
Overview & Benefits
Clover is an important part of having a green, low maintenance lawn that doesn't need a lot of water. Clover's deep roots help your lawn stay greener, longer during short-term drought conditions and requires less frequent watering than some traditional grasses. Clover also self-fertilizes when you return the clover clippings to the lawn after mowing – meaning less work for you! Scotts® Turf Builder® Clover Lawn is specially formulated with Strawberry Clover to establish fast and help your lawn thrive.
- Product Specs
1,000 sq. ft.
How to use
Set mower to the lowest setting and cut entire lawn.
Use a Scotts® spreader to apply clover seed over existing lawn.
Water two times daily to keep the soil surface wet for the first two weeks.
Once your clover is fully established, mow and return the clippings to your lawn for natural feeding.
When to apply
Spring and early summer are the best times to plant, because seed germinates best any time temperatures are between 60°F and 80°F and all danger of frost has passed.
Non Availability Regions
Scotts® Broadcast / Rotary Spreader
- (Turf Builder® Edgeguard Mini, Basic, Standard, Deluxe Edgeguard, Edgeguard DLX, Lawn Pro & Speedy Green) - Set to 2
Scotts® Drop Spreaders
- (AccuGreen, Classic Drop) - Set to 3 ½
Scotts® Hand-Held Spreaders
- Set to 2
- Set to 3 1/4
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Avg. Days to Germinate
Resume mowing when lawn reaches desired mowing height.
Using with Other Products
Do not use if you've applied Scotts® Turf Builder® Halts Crabgrass Preventer with Lawn Food in the last 5 months.
After first year of grow-in, apply Scotts® Halts Crabgrass & Grassy Weed Preventer once in early spring and again in the fall to reduce weed pressure.
Water two times daily to keep the soil surface
wet for the first two weeks.
What to Expect
You should see little sprouts and tiny green leaves growing low in the turf. Be patient and keep the area moist by watering often.
Seedlings have germinated and tender little plants will emerge through the turf. They are counting on you to keep them hydrated.
Congratulations! You now have a lower maintenance alternative lawn. This is what you, a little consistent effort, and a quality seed product can do.