Here’s a flower you have probably seen countless times. But can you name it? It’s a very common flower grown in many parts of the world from Afghanistan to West Siberia, East Himalaya, North America, Pakistan, Europe, Xinjian… you get the idea. It is an extremely beneficial plant grown as a forage crop for pasturage and is a nitrogen-fixer used in crop rotation to enrich the soil. As a medicinal it has been used for cancer prevention, indigestion, high cholesterol, whooping cough, asthma, bronchitis, and sexually transmitted diseases. And bees like it too! This amazing beauty is a red clover flower. Mother nature is so awesome!