COUNTRY CREEK LLC
RED CLOVER SEEDS
DESCRIPTION & NUTRITIONAL VALUE
Red clover is a wild plant belonging to the legume family. It is a perennial herb that commonly grows wild in meadows throughout Europe and Asia, and has been naturalized to grow in North America. The red flowers at the end of the branched stems are usually dried for therapeutic use.
Red clover is a source of many nutrients including calcium, chromium, magnesium, niacin, phosphorus, potassium, thiamine, and vitamin C.
how to jar plant-No Soil
*Place three tablespoons of red clover seeds in a wide mouthed quart sized mason jar and fill with water. Place the sprouting screen insert into the lid of your jar and leave out overnight at room temperature.
*In the morning, drain through the screen insert and rinse. Angle the jar downwards in a bowl, to allow the air to circulate and the jar to continue to drain. Rinse at least every morning and evening. though three times a day is even better. Do this by gently pouring water into your jar and swishing it around. Drain and place angled downwards into your bowl again.
*Sprouts with the start of leaves on the end. Place near a sunny spot so that they can turn green (which is caused by chlorophyll). If all of your seeds are done sprouting, go ahead and store at this point. I sprouted for another 12 hours so that all of them could sprout their leaves.
*Drain for 8 to 12 hours to make sure that they are dry to to the touch. Take out the screen insert and insert the normal lid piece. Place in the refrigerator.
All Seeds are grown and packaged in the U.S. (Each bag is individually labeled)
All seed lots are tested for germination.
Works great with any type of sprouter.