Droughts have just hit in a white clover lawn this spring and now we are on severe water restriction. I have no grass. Will the clover survive if I don't water it for a few weeks? We have been down to being able to water our lawns once a week and now we aren't able to water a lawn at all. I've seen the leaves shrink and get "crispy". Will they bounce back once the rains come back?
Vrizz added on July 22, 2015 | Answered
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Answered on July 22, 2015
White clover is very resilient and indeed is almost impossible to get rid of. Your clover should have no trouble in surviving!
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