Seven-year-old girl finds an ultra-rare FIVE-LEAF CLOVER

June 26, 2013 | by | 1 Comment

A little girl is now expecting 25 per cent more luck after she discovered an ultra-rare – FIVE-LEAF CLOVER.

Olivia Wrenn, aged seven, found the rare five-leaf clover on a walk through a Bluebell Wood near her home.

Four-leaf variants of clover are seen to be lucky, but ultra-rare five-leaf clovers are luckier still.

Olivia Wrenn, 7, with her rare five-leaf-clover

Olivia Wrenn, 7, with her rare five-leaf-clover

Olivia and her mum laminated the rare specimen

Olivia and her mum laminated the rare specimen

Olivia, of Horton, Somerset, got her mum Karen to preserve the lucky flower by putting it in a laminator, alongside the date.

Proud mum Karen said: “I understand it is very rare to have one. We have kept it and laminated it to preserve it.”

Olivia added: “I couldn’t believe it when I saw it. It’s so pretty.”

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  1. Hannelore Prollius says:

    It’s really nice, but certainly not ultra- rare.
    At least not in Germany.
    During my youth in the 50s & 60s I found at least 30 five- leaf- clover each year and about a 100 of “ordinary”- 4 leaf- clover.
    In Germany the 5- leaf- clover is not supposed to be as lucky as the classic 4- leaf- one.
    I also used to find quite a lot of 6- and 7- leaf- clover.
    For my mother’s 70th birthday in August 1991 I searched and found 102 four- leaf- clover during one morning and selected the top- 70 nicest ones for a birthday collage for her.

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