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How can I start a clover lawn?

Posted by shadygarden_co z5 Denver (My Page) on
Mon, May 26, 14 at 17:04

I have a small patch of lawn in my back yard which is full of dandelions (I think the landscaper got a bargain with that sod.) Anyway, my dog uses the lawn for urinating and I know it will be all yellow before long.
I read that Dutch clover is resistant to dog urine, so I am thinking about having that little patch of lawn (about 247 sq. feet), re-sodded with clover.
Or something called Dog Tuff Lawn sold by High Country Gardens.

Does anyone have any idea how either of those would work?


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RE: How can I start a clover lawn?

You can buy clover seeds online. Clover grows very easily at my house. I really don't have to do anything for it to establish. I keep it around because tortoises and bunnies eat the flowers. They also eat dandelion flowers.

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