Today Ete discusses microclover. Planting microclover–a variety of clover with small dark, green leaves that grows low to the ground–in your lawn could be a great way for you to help keep your lawn looking green and growing healthy. Microclover is a "nitrogen fixer," and has been shown to decrease the need for nitrogen fertilizer inputs by a substantial amount, meaning less environmental impact. And it attracts pollinators, which is awesome! But it's not for everyone. Hear the pros and cons of planting microclover in your lawn. And if you're interested in trying it out, find out how to plant it and how to maintain your grass/microclover lawn (especially when weed controls are involved).