I haven't either The pic I posted was definitely red clover. The bees are happy there, but like I said I suspect they mainly got their nectar from the lotus growing amongst it. Apparently crimson clover nectars very well and it's accessible to honey bees, so would love to see it around here! Funny thing was, that the farmer hadn't sown any extra clover, white, red or crimson. It all just came up and he's very happy and blamed it on the bees.Hi Southbee - I have never seen crimson clover. Last season there was a lot of red clover grown around here. Red clover has a more tubular shaped flower to that of white, and around here the bumble bee with a longer proboscis is the primary pollinator. However if there is a heavy nectar and pollen flow the honey bee will work it, and when I have seen this happen it has been in drought conditions.