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What To Consider Before Mowing A Clover Lawn
Clover lawns only need to be mowed every four to six weeks to maintain a height of three to four inches. By mowing less frequently, you can foster the clover’s natural resilience.
Since clover is so resilient and adaptable, watering deeply and infrequently encourages deep root growth. Aim for about an inch of water per week, depending on your climate.
Clover also thrives in partial sun, but it can tolerate some shade. Ensure your clover lawn gets at least four to six hours of sunlight per day for optimal growth and health.
For fertilizer, avoid high-nitrogen varieties that could lead to excessive growth and reduce clover’s effectiveness as a nitrogen fixer. Hand-pull weeds whenever necessary.