ROADWEEDS OF THE UPPER PENINSULA
|White Sweet Clover (Melilotus alba)|
White sweet clover is a tall, slender plant with long spike of small white flowers. Along roadsides, it usually forms dense patches, often 4 to 5 feet tall. Yellow sweet clover looks just about identical, except that it has yellow flower spikes. Both are exotics of Eurasian origin and are categorized as moderatly invasive.
Return to the White Flower Page, or to the Michigan Invasive Plant Council home page.
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