There is no historical meaning behind the five leaf clover, only four leaf clover
A five leaf clover is more rare
luckier than four leaf clover.
Three clover leaf are common to be found so in my opinion it not lucky.
It means you will have extremely GOOD luck! I found one and I got really lucky! In actual fact, the saying is related to a four leaf clover (not five). Clover normally has three leaves, so to find a four leaf clover is extremely rare. See related link
A 6-leaf clover means to some that you are luckier than if you had a 4-leaf clover. The 6-leaf clover, in actuality, is a rare leaf mutation.
No but a four leaf clover is! Its like you can get a 3 leaf clover and take off a leaf thing n get a two leaf clover but a four leaf clover u can't attached are take away a leaf thing!
Not many people think it's true, but yes, a five leaf clover is real. I know this because I've found one.
A four leaf clover is called a four leaf clover because it is a clover with four leaves. The reason for its name is quite literal. =)
The clover with the most leaves recorded is 56 so the chance of 1 person finding one is very very slim. You can still find them. Maybe one five leaf clover in every 100,000 three leaf clovers. I found one in a huge patch of three leaf clovers. Look for five leaf clovers kind of like how we look for our Solar System in the Milky Way Galaxy.
The three clover leaf represent in my opinion it like common.
It is estimated that there is one four leaf clover per 10000 three leaf clovers. I would estimate that the multiplier is similar for a 5 leaf clover meaning that it is 1 in every 100 million clovers
Yes, they are lucky because they are rare. Even rarer than 4-leaf clovers.
Nothing. If you find someone offering you any money, take it...
very very rare..... like one in a million...
luckier than a four leaf clover.
Yes you can laminate a four leaf clover.
by blending with other 3 leaf clover
No Leaf Clover was created on 2000-03-20.
The three leaf clover do have rotational symmetry.
The four leaf clover is considered a symbol of good luck by Irish people