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Stocking up on four-leaf clovers is simple:1. Help your friends and other players load their trains or fill crates in their airplane cargo holds when asked. They send you a thank you letter with a four-leaf clover inside once they accept your help. The letters get delivered to the mailbox at the Town Hall, and you'll know they've arrived when you see an enveloped-shaped icon above the Town Hall.2. Enter the game regularly to receive daily bonuses. When you log in more than five days in a row, you have a chance at winning a four-leaf clover every day after that.3. Exchange gifts with friends. Some gifts contain four-leaf clovers.4. You can always buy four-leaf clovers with Township Cash.




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Traditionally, four leaves were considered lucky because they reflected the shape of a cross and were thought to be magical or sacred. Eve supposedly took a four-leaf clover with her when she was banished from the Garden of Eden, too.


In the Middle Ages, it was believed that carrying a four-leaf clover would enable you to see fairies, recognize witches and evil spirits, and be protected from the evil eye. Even dreaming of clover was supposed to bring good luck.


In recent years, the idea of growing clover has been making a comeback. White clover (Trifolium repens) is well known for crowding out broadleaf weeds while growing harmoniously with grass. It will thrive in areas that are poorly drained or too shady for a conventional lawn, making it a great grass alternative.


Today, it seems clover is returning as a more eco-friendly lawn alternative. Since it is nitrogen fixating, it can supply its own nutrients to poor soil. Overseeding clover seed into your existing lawn is an easy way to establish a clover lawn. For lawns, the most popular is the white clover because it is relatively low growing, tolerates close mowing, and outcompetes weeds.


Several years ago I seeded my entire lawn in white clover. We have so little sun in parts of the lawn that it just made sense to me that clover would be a better alternative than grass. Also, there had been an infestation of white grubs in the area and planting clover seemed to be a better option for replanting. We've been extremely happy with the results! Interesting article. I didn't know I had a lawn full of shamrock.


The fragrance of the white clover is wonderful my church has a large area of it and when the wind blows it is intoxicating.The deer love it also, nice to watch them enjoying their meal.Jacquelyn


Minori Mori from Tsukuba, Japan, used a plant hormone and extra fertilizer to boost the share of four-leaf clovers she could produce. This became her research recipe for becoming a finalist at the 2019 Intel International Science and Engineering Fair.


The shamrock, maybe the most familiar type of clover, belongs to two species in a genus called Trifolium. That name, which comes from Latin, means three leaves. And it well describes this plant. Only one shamrock in every few thousand has more than three leaves, notes Minori Mori, a 12th grader at Meikei High School in Tsukuba, Japan.


Some companies sell clover seeds that will grow into plants that are more likely to produce four leaves. But even in plants grown from these seeds, four-leafed ones remain rare. Minori wondered if she could somehow boost the odds of getting four-leafed clovers.


Four-leaf clovers are most likely to show up in well-fertilized soil, Minori notes. She also knew that a hormone called auxin plays an important role in plant development. She decided to test how auxin and phosphates (an ingredient in common fertilizers), affected the chance of getting four-leafed clovers.


Agricultural research has shown that farmers who grow clover should use about 10 kilograms (22 pounds) of phosphate for each 40,000 square meters (10 acres) of farmland, says Minori. But she would be growing her seeds in plastic bins that measured only about 58.5 centimeters (23 inches) long and 17.5 centimeters (7 inches wide). She calculated that would translate to 58.3 grams (about 2 ounces) of phosphate per bin.


In her control group, 372 of the seeds matured into clover plants. Only four (about 1.6 percent) had four leaves. Two more had five leaves. In bins getting double the normal amount of phosphate but no auxin, 444 of the seeds sprouted into plants. And of these, 14 (or about 3.2 percent) had four leaves. So the extra phosphate doubled the share of shamrocks with more than three leaves.


Where auxin did make a difference was in encouraging plants to grow more than four leaves. In bins fertilized with both auxin and a double dose of phosphate, a total of 5.6 percent grew more than four leaves. These included 13 with five leaves, two with six leaves, and one each with seven and eight leaves.


square (in geometry) A rectangle with four sides of equal length. (In mathematics) A number multiplied by itself, or the verb meaning to multiply a number by itself. The square of 2 is 4; the square of 10 is 100.


Four-leaf clovers are believed to give the finder good luck and fortune. Due to their rarity, they can also be a fun souvenir to have. To find a four-leaf clover, find some clover patches in your area and scan them for a four-leaf clover. Be patient and keep looking, as four-leaf clovers are rare. If you don't find one the first time you go out hunting, keep your eyes peeled in the future. With some dedication, you should eventually find a four-leaf clover of your own.


The four-leaf clover is a rare variation of the common three-leaf clover. According to traditional sayings, such clovers bring good luck,[1] though it is not clear when or how this idea began. One early mention of "Fower-leafed or purple grasse" is from 1640 and simply says that it was kept in gardens because it was "good for the purples in children or others".[2]


Four-leaf clovers have a frequency of approximately 1 in 5000, according to a 2017 survey of approximately 7 million clovers conducted by Lidia and Uli Sperling of the website Share the Luck. The same survey found that the frequency of five-leaf clovers is 1 in 24,400, and of six-leaf clovers is 1 in 312,500.[3][4]


Even so, this probability has not deterred collectors who have reached records as high as 160,000 four-leaf clovers in a lifetime.[5] The world record for number of four-leaf clovers collected in one hour is 166, set by American Katie Borka on June 23, 2018.[6]


Clovers can have more than four leaves. Five-leaf clovers are less commonly found naturally than four-leaf clovers;[7][8] however, they, too, have been successfully cultivated.[9] Some four-leaf clover collectors, particularly in Ireland, regard the five-leaf clover, known as a rose clover, as a particular prize.[10] The most leaves ever found on a single clover stem (Trifolium repens L.) is 56 and was discovered by Shigeo Obara of Hanamaki, Iwate, Japan, on 10 May 2009.[11][12]


It is debated whether the fourth leaf is caused genetically or environmentally. Its relative rarity (1 in 5,000 clovers[3]) suggests a possible recessive gene appearing at a low frequency. Alternatively, four-leaf clovers could be caused by somatic mutation or a developmental error of environmental causes. They could also be caused by the interaction of several genes that happen to segregate in the individual plant. It is possible all four explanations could apply to individual cases. This means that multiple four-leaf clovers could be found in the same cloverplant.[13]


Researchers from the University of Georgia have reported finding the gene that turns ordinary three-leaf clovers into the coveted four-leaf types. Masked by the three-leaf gene and strongly influenced by environmental condition, molecular markers now make it possible to detect the presence of the gene for four-leaves and for breeders to work with it. The results of the study, which also located two other leaf traits in the white-clover genome, were reported in the July/August 2010 edition of Crop Science, published by the Crop Science Society of America.[14]


The other leaf traits, the red fleck mark and red midrib, a herringbone pattern that streaks down the center of each leaflet in a bold red color, were mapped to nearby locations, resolving a century-old question as to whether these leaf traits were controlled by one gene or two separate genes.


White clover has many genes that affect leaf color and shape, and the three in the study were very rare. These traits can be quite attractive, particularly if combined with others, and can turn clover into an ornamental plant for use in flower beds.[15]


There are some cultivars of white clover (Trifolium repens) which regularly produce more than three leaflets, including purple-leaved T. repens "Purpurascens Quadrifolium" and green-leaved T. repens "Quadrifolium".[17] Some clovers have more spade shape leaves, rather than the usual rounded ones. This may be a genetic mutation. Some genetic mutations in clovers include spade-like shaped leaves or a dotted rusty colour on the leaves.


Other plants may be mistaken for, or misleadingly sold as, "four-leaf clovers"; for example, Oxalis tetraphylla is a species of wood sorrel with leaves resembling a four-leaf clover.[19][20] Other species that have been sold as "four-leaf clovers" include Marsilea quadrifolia.[21][22]


A description from 1869 says that four-leaf clovers were "gathered at night-time during the full moon by sorceresses, who mixed it with vervain and other ingredients, while young girls in search of a token of perfect happiness made quest of the plant by day".[23]


Some folk traditions assign a different attribute to each leaf of a clover. The leaves have been used by Christians to represent hope, faith, love and luck.[31] Others say that four-leaf clovers granted the power to see fairies, or that they are related to Saint Patrick's use of the shamrock to explain the Christian doctrine of the Holy Trinity to the Irish.[32][better source needed].mw-parser-output .side-boxmargin:4px 0;box-sizing:border-box;border:1px solid #aaa;font-size:88%;line-height:1.25em;background-color:#f9f9f9;display:flow-root.mw-parser-output .side-box-abovebelow,.mw-parser-output .side-box-textpadding:0.25em 0.9em.mw-parser-output .side-box-imagepadding:2px 0 2px 0.9em;text-align:center.mw-parser-output .side-box-imagerightpadding:2px 0.9em 2px 0;text-align:center@media(min-width:500px).mw-parser-output .side-box-flexdisplay:flex;align-items:center.mw-parser-output .side-box-textflex:1@media(min-width:720px).mw-parser-output .side-boxwidth:238px.mw-parser-output .side-box-rightclear:right;float:right;margin-left:1em.mw-parser-output .side-box-leftmargin-right:1em 041b061a72


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