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HI this is my 1st post here. Im a user of wild foods and herbs.
Im a bit embarrassed to admit that I dont know anything about 2 very common plants (low hops clover and sweet yellow clover). A weed eating yard grazer like me should already know about such comon plants. :xeye: Ive used and eaten white and red clovers all of my life but never knew much about the others until now.

I have both low hops and sweet clovers on my land and would like to know what parts are edible.

OK so what parts of sweet yellow clover and low hops clovar are edible?

I assume it is their leaves and flowers just like with the white and red clover but I want to be sure before eating them

Anyone know what their madicinal values are?
 

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As far as I know the leaves and flowers are the same, as you say.. There are not any known real medicinal values that I can think of.
 

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