Benefits of Red Clover (herb). Red Clover is high in protein. Something that is often overlooked by herbalists, survivalists, and foragers. The leaves and flowers can be eaten raw, or cooked, and it's fun to eat something so pretty. Enjoy the photos, and read the rest of the article here: http://www.nativeeyes.com/red-clover...lium-pratense/ Bonus points for anyone who can name the common roadside ground cover plant, that amateurs mistake for Red Clover.
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If you see one please report at BigBugHunt.com GRAPEVINE BUG. (BAD BUG). The adult beetle eats the leaves and fruit of grapevines, both wild and cultivated, although it is not normally a major pest of vineyards.