dealslucky shamrocks™ garden kit for $9.98

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think of all the money i am going to save now that i don't have to buy my shamrocks at the grocery store...rick

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I thought the point was to find a four-leaf clover for good luck, wouldn't that make shamrocks next to useless in the luck department?

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@myspaceisacult: There's the rub, these are shamrocks, not clovers. So you should still look four the 4-leaf clovers. These aren't even related to clovers that much, scientifically speaking.

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Clovers are weeds and can take over a yard pretty fast, why would anyone in their right mind want to plant these?

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This appears to be wood sorrel which is a different genus than clovers. Edible and quite tasty, a little burst of lemon when eaten.

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Guess you can "Make your own luck"

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This was not the idea I had when I said I wanted to grow weeds.

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Do I get a refund if no four-leaf clover grows?

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So just to clarify, aren't shamrocks and clovers different. How are shamrocks lucky?

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The Irish consider the 3 leaf shamrock lucky. The 3 leaves represent the Holy Trinity.

http://landscaping.about.com/cs/lawns/a/clover_lawns.htm

There's other explanations out there too. This was just the first I saw.

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You know your Irish when your blarney ShamROCKs!

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Always after me lucky charms . . .