We plant clover along with rye grass in our pastures for winter forage for our cows and nitrogen fixation for our soil. In the garden, we plant clover in the fall for nitrogen and added organic matter. The garden clover is always a sight to behold because it has no competition from rye (which is considered a feeder grass), making it lush and fluffy almost like green clouds.
We find lots of things before we till it under-- children, a yellow dog, chickens . . .
and . . .
Zilla in the clover.
All images provided by K.