Indoor Clover Troubles
Hello.. this is my first post on this forum but I'm having a bit of trouble with some office plants that I'm not sure about :/
I work in an architecture office with an open storefront window that gets a little direct light, but mostly indirect sunlight. We wanted to plant some grass-like plants in pots to make our window look a little more lively, so someone researched and decided White Miniclover would be the best solution for low maintenance and good coverage.
We planted these pots about a month ago and at first they were growing very well, but they seem to be getting worse and worse. Obviously, the stems are growing towards the window (that was to be expected) but besides that, they look pretty wilty and sad in general.
I suspect that we may be watering them too much (MWF every week) but also that clover is a bad plant to be growing indoors. It looks like the ones in the far corner (the ones pictured) are doing the worst, and those are the ones that get the least sunlight.
Does anyone know if White Clover is even possible to plant indoors? Most websites online only discuss it as an outdoor plant, and I am starting to second-guess the person who researched this earlier.
Thanks in advance for your help!!!