The Latin name for these yellow clovers is trifolium campestre , gul kløver in Danish and I believe Hop Trefoil and Low Hop Clover in English. We have them in the paths being kept short among the Christmas trees, normally they can grow bigger. But as you know, the Moo Moos love all plants that makes them look big ;)
Right now the spruces stand with their new fresh green shots, we grow Christmas trees. But we just had a terrible storm the last two days, so the Moo Moos is helping my husband checking how much damage the storm did to the still soft and fragile new needles.
The Moo Moos cheered and laughed out loud when they saw these super tiny plants (1-2 cm) and agreed that they would be perfect for the upcoming movie Moorassic World, when Sparkly and Molly (the stars in the movie) grow super powers and size to protect us and the rest of the world :D
Prunella vulgaris, self-heal in English and alm. brunelle in Danish is a 5-30 cm high plant. These are super short as they grow on that grass paths that are kept short. Naturally the Moo Moos think that is super cool, they love plants that make them look big :D
I think I have seen more gyvel this year than we normally do, maybe the cold spring and start of the summer suited it. It has however lost it's beautiful yellow flowers by now, but the Moo Moos looked quite cute standing in the middle of the these a few weeks ago.
In Danish this plant is called honningurt, in Latin phacelia tanacetifolia and in English it seems to be called: lacy phacelia, blue tansy or purple tansy. There was something "Sparkly" in the middle of it, I wonder what that is.