Trifolium breweri is a perennial herb growing upright or decumbent in form, with hairy herbage. The leaves are made up of smooth-edged or toothed oval leaflets. The inflorescence is an umbel-shaped head of flowers 1 or 2 centimeters wide, the flowers often spreading out or drooping. The flower has a pinkish or yellowish corolla under a centimeter long in a calyx of sepals with long, narrow lobes.
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