FAQ

Our four leaf clovers are sourced from a field on our property. Though there are about 300 known species of clover, the traditional “Lucky Four Leaf Clover” is the species Trifolium repens, or the white clover also known as Dutch clover. This is the species we hand pick and preserve for you.
We hand pick our lucky four leaf clovers from natural grow areas on our property
Immediately after being picked, our clovers are positioned and pressed under weight for a few days. They are then removed from the press and sprayed with a secret mixture to preserve there color. They are then repositioned and pressed again, this time for up to four weeks. Once they are completely dry our clovers undergo a multi-step mounting process.
Under the right conditions our clovers should last for many years.
It has been estimated that there are approximately 10,000 three-leaf clovers for every four-leaf clover.
A lot of searching for and finding four leaf clovers comes down to luck, but there is one bit of advice that we can give. Find out what it is HERE