Look what I found! I used to have a lucky eye when searching for four-leafed shamrocks. But I have never ever before seen one with five. Here it is:
Jeg plejer at have Ã¸je for at finde firklÃ¸ver. Her fandt jeg en FEMKLÃ˜VER! -Har aldrig set det fÃ¸r, men her er den:Â
Before I brutally ripped it from the ground it had one leaf hidden behind an other:
9 tanker om “FemklÃ¸ver | Five-leafed clover”
“…O, what a lucky man, he was ! !”
(and this is really rare, Carsten)
Lucky you! I’m always on the look out for these. Wonderful pictures!
Thanks Amber. -And thanks for all your comments.
Halla Madulla wrote a short comment: “FAKE FAKE FAKE FAKE!!!!!!!!!!”
Well, if that’s your opinion Halla, I probably can’t change it. But give it a try and search on google for five leafed clover and discover that they do exist. How rare they are, I do not know. This is the only one I have seen – and I have been relatively good at finding four leafed clovers for many years…
According to Irish Tradition – 5 Leaf Clovers are said to control the minds of men for all who possess them.
It was said that leprechauns wore a 4 in their hat for good luck and kept a 5 for the purpose of trickery and deceit when dealing with humans.
Interesting. I’ll see if I can pick another. And keep it. -Just in case…..
Did you know that 5-leafed clovers actually bring bad luck if you pick them… In order to get break the ban you have to find a 6-leafed clover (at least according to the state of the art dictonary on clover – Anders And).
Happy hunt for the 6 leafer.
Thanks you for your comment Per. You found an old post.
Now it is so that I am not superstitious – it causes accidents!
I’ll have to study The Anders And Dictionary in details.
(Anders And = Donald Duck)