The Red Clover plant is native to Europe, Western Asia, and Northwest Africa. The plant, also known as the Trifolium pratense, is a flowering plant and is part of the bean family.
Red Clover Flowers are used as garnishes for dishes, and may be ground into flour. They are also used to make tisanes (herbal teas), and jelly. An essential oil may also be extracted from the flowers.
Botanical Name: Trifolium Pratense
Also known as: Red clover, Aasristik, Creepin clover, Beebread, Wiesenklee and Trepatra