Trifolium fragiferum, the strawberry clover,<ref>Template:PLANTS</ref><ref name=BSBI07>Template:Cite web</ref> is a herbaceous perennial plant species in the bean family Fabaceae. It is native to Europe, Asia, and parts of Africa. It is present in other places, such as sections of North America, as an introduced species. It is also cultivated as a cover crop and for hay and silage, as green manure, and as a bee plant.
This is a perennial herb that spreads via stolons to form mats or clumps of herbage. The leaves are compound, each with three serrated oval leaflets up to 2 to 2.5 centimeters long. The inflorescence is a head of flowers around a centimeter long when first flowering. It increases in size to two centimeters as the fruits develop, the sepals becoming thin and inflated, fuzzy and pinkish in color, to resemble a strawberry<ref name=fao/> or raspberry.<ref name=ucd/>
Strawberry clover is cultivated as a cover crop and for hay and silage, as green manure, and as a bee plant.<ref name=fao>FAO Crop Profile</ref><ref>Sustainable Agriculture Research and Education Program Template:Webarchive. University of California.</ref> It is good for cover on flood-prone lands or areas with soil salinity. It is known as a weed in some areas.<ref name=ucd>UC Davis IPM</ref> Several agricultural cultivars have been developed, including 'Salina', 'Palestine', and 'Fresa'.<ref name=fao/> Template:Commons