I've got a good bit of clover blooming around me...in the yard, pastures, ROW, etc.,. There are two different types. One is a small (maybe 3/8" ball) yellow clover that only grows probably 5" tall on the average and it is the most prolific. The other one is a white clover with a hint of pink to it. This one grows in smaller "patches" but is a bigger clover probably growing to 8" tall...maybe 10" come to think about it. The white clover tends to be more of a ROW plant whereas the smaller yellow clover seems to be everywhere. I'm thinking the white one may be remnants of seeding done by the state or
. The yellow one just seems too widespread to have been purposely seeded, but...?
Here's a couple of pictures of them. Anybody want to make a stab at id'ing them? Are they native clovers? Ferals?