Looks a bit like White Sweet Clover, Melitotus alba
Nothing, except they eat the bee forage the MG tries to plant. The clover we've planted is so picked over we've rarely seen a bee touch it.> Any clover planted there is going to be heavily browsed by deer anyway.
What do you have against the deer?
already known to be red-zone overpopulated
No worries, the coyotes will be there soon to rescue your clover. Just keep an eye on Fido....
Ask Louise... We've had tons of White Sweet Clover but I thought most of it dried up along 66. maybe recent rains have more blooming now along PW Parkway.Looks more than a BIT like it, I'd say. I'll run this past the MG, but I think she'll agree. And now wonder they like it. Thanks.
PWRBA still tells glowing stories about the talk you gave for us.