Lucky Clover #1029312

Lucky clover
Trifolium felix sylvesteri

The plant looks dry and there is a cup of water nearby. What will you do?
Run away, do a raindance or water it.
There are no known parents.

Lucky clover grows at the turn of the year and brings its owner good luck (!) - and a nitrogenous soil. Lucky clover seeds need light to sprout so they favor a bright environment - and for some reason a slightly alcoholic one as well. It does not need to be champagne, sparkling wine is just fine.

Current location
This plant is in Anari's Greenhouse.

It began to sprout.

Taken by Anari.