Compare red clover and creeping clover.

Differences: Creeping clover lives in more humid conditions. The species differ morphologically (in the shape of the leaf blade, the type of stem, the content and distribution of pigment in flowers). Species differ in the number of chromosomes. Creeping clover is not as tall as meadow clover and has a smaller head. Shorter and tubes of flowers. Creeping clover is a perennial plant. It tolerates cold better than meadow clover.
Similarities: Perennial herb. The distribution areas of the clover species are the same. Habitat conditions overlap. Blooms from spring to late autumn. The flowers are red, pink.

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