Red Clover, Peavine clover, Cowgrass, Purple clover, Broad-leaved clover • Hindi: त्रिपत्रा Tripatra;
 
Ascending perennial herb with larger up to 3 cm long obscurely dentate leaflets; flowers reddish-purple to pink, 1.5 cm long, in up to 2.5 cm wide globose heads, short pedunculate; calyx with lower tooth longer than others, not inflated; fruit 1-seeded.

India (N) ; Arunachal Pradesh; Himachal Pradesh; Jammu-Kashmir; Madhaya Pradesh ; Punjab; Sikkim ; Tamil Nadu; Uttar Pradesh; West Bengal & other countries as per ILDIS;
 
Trifolium repens is similar to Trifolium pratense, but with smaller leaves and white flowers (another less common species T. fragiferum also has white flowers but inflated fruiting head; in T. repens fruiting head is not swollen). 
 
  

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Kasol, Dist. Kullu, Himachal Pradesh: 10/10/2008; at ‘Aru’ ‘अडू’ wildlife sanctuary, Lidder Valley, Jammu & Kashmir- 05th August 2009; Manali- Oct’09; Harwan on June 17, 2010; Request for ID 050809 Lidder Valley 5 – indiantreepix | Google Groups Plants from Himachal – Trifolium pratense – indiantreepix | Google Groups Trifolium pratense from Manali – indiantreepix | Google Groups Trifolium pratense from Kashmir – efloraofindia | Google Groups

  

 

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Trifolium pratense from Kashmir (NSJ 01): Trifolium pratense from Srinagar, Kashmir.
Pl Validate. Picture taken on Jun 01, 2011

Yes .. Another good set of photographs


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Trifolium pratense from Kashmir:  A graceful colver with large bluish-purple flowers heads, often common in meadows in Kashmir valley.

Fabaceae-Faboideae (Papilionaceae) Week:Trifolium pratense: flowers of Trifolium pratense from Kashmir


Trifolium pratense is excellent remedy for mumps.


A brightly coloured Trifolium as against its sister species.


Fabaceae-Faboideae (Papilionaceae) Week: Trifolium pratense from Manali and Kashmir: Trifolium pratense L., Sp. pl. 2:768. 1753 

Common names: mammoth red clover, medium red clover, peavine clover, purple clover, red clover
Ascending perennial herb with larger up to 3 cm long obscurely dentate leaflets; flowers reddish-purple to pink, 1.5 cm long, in up to 2.5 cm wide globose heads, short pedunculate; calyx with lower tooth longer than others, not inflated; fruit 1-seeded.
Very common in Kashmir valley in mountain slopes, gardens and shaded places.
Photographed from Harwan Kashmir and Manali


Plant for ID xi : 3 posts by 2 authors. Attachments (3).

Found in Kashmir
June


Trifolium pratense..


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HP, Oct 2014 :: Requesting ID validation :: ARKJAN-19/19 : 1 post by 1 author. Attachments (5).

Requesting to please validate ID of this small shrub captured near Manali, HP in October 2014.
I hope this is Trifolium prataense (based on FoI pics).


This legume was among a few plants which I could capture during my recent visit to Manali-Rohtang..
Trifolium pratense..


Trifolium pratense L., Sp. pl. 2:768. 1753 

Common names: mammoth red clover, medium red clover, peavine clover, purple clover, red clover
Ascending perennial herb with larger up to 3 cm long obscurely dentate leaflets; flowers reddish-purple to pink, 1.5 cm long, in up to 2.5 cm wide globose heads, short pedunculate; calyx with lower tooth longer than others, not inflated; fruit 1-seeded.
Very common in Kashmir valley in mountain slopes, gardens and shaded places.
Photographed from Harwan Kashmir and Manali


yes. perhaps only clover with more than 3 leaves may even be five. nice.  ps if you had clearer pictures of the leaves love to see them


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Trifolium Species : Srinagar : 20JUN16 : AK-36 : 3 posts by 2 authors. Attachments (1)

Trifolium pratense


That was very quick indeed. It reminded me of ‘Fastest Finger First’ when … was interacting in our group.


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