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?