Four Leaf Clovers For Sale.
Each Four Leaf Clover was hand picked in southwest Missouri. They were pressed to preserve for a lifetime, and able to ship within 48 hours. All Four Leaf Clovers are in great condition that we sell. Whether your looking for a lucky treasure, present, or use it in jewelry, we can help you find one for you.
Currently we are selling them by sizes of Small, Medium and Large Four Leaf Clovers. If you want a 5 Leaf Clover or something out of the ordinary please contact Andrew@pagesofwisdom.com and we will see if we can help.
Shipping: All Four Leaf Clovers are sent via USPS and will be in an envelope with cardboard securing them from harm.
As a bonus we are now offering FREE SHIPPING Within the USA. Allow 3-10 Days for Delivery.


To purchase a Small Sized 4 Leaf Clover click HERE.
Small clovers are a various size between the size of a dime to a quarter.

The more purchased the cheaper they are and I put in extras.

To purchase a Medium Sized 4 Leaf Clover Click HERE.

Medium Clovers are just over the size of a quarter.

To purchase a Large Sized 4 Leaf Clover Click HERE.
Large Clovers are the biggest clovers in our area. Typically range between 3-4 quarters in size.


For 5 leaf clovers, 6 leaf clovers, 7 leaf clovers, and Bulk orders click HERE.

We take pride in delivering quality 4 leaf clovers all over the world. We were the first to sell clovers online and 18 years later we are stronger than ever even with international competition.


Fun 4 Leaf Clover Facts:What do the leaves symbolize? One leaf is for FAITH. The second for HOPE. The third for LOVE. And the fourth for LUCK!

In Irish tradition the Shamrock or 3-leaf Clover represents the Holy Trinity: one leaf for the Father, one for the Son and one for the Holy Spirit. When a Shamrock is found with the fourth leaf, it represents God’s Grace.

Do you know that there is no such thing as a “Shamrock Plant”? The word shamrock comes from the Irish word “seamrog” meaning


“little clover”. However, there are hundreds of varieties of clover. The question is…what is the “Original Irish Shamrock”? Here is what some respected authorities have to say:   

“The true Irish Shamrock, as identified by Nathaniel Colgan c. 1893 is a clover. It is not one of any or many clovers, it is one species, collected from a majority of counties at that time and with the exception of a very few plants, the majority were Trifolium repens or a form of this plant – White clover also known as Dutch Clover”. ‘From Ireland’ � Jane Lyons, Dublin, Ireland   

“White Clover, Trifolium repens forma minus, family Leguminosae, was the original shamrock of Ireland…” Academic American Encyclopedia, Vol. 17, 1990.   

“In Ireland, the plant most often referred to as shamrock is the white clover.” The World Book Encyclopedia, Vol. 17, 1993.   

“Those most commonly called shamrocks are: the white clover, Trifolium repens, a creeping white-flowered perennial…” Collier’s Encyclopedia, Vol. 20, 1992.   

“The clovers also occupied a position in the cultural life of early peoples. White clover (T. repens L.)  in particular was held in high esteem by the early Celts of Wales as a charm    against evil spirits. According to Evans (1957), this pagen tradition was continued by early Christian leaders and became the symbol of the Holy Trinity for the Irish people.” Clover Science and Technology, N.L. Taylor, 1985.   

Saint Patrick used the plant to illustrate the doctrine of the Holy Trinity. Shamrocks have been considered by the Irish as good-luck symbols since earliest times, and this superstition has persisted in modern times among people of many nationalities. On March 17th, St Patrick’s Day is celebrated around the world, with the “wearin’ o’ the green”.