If a four-leaf clover is good luck, what is a five-leaf clover?
My brother found this on our grandparents' front yard. For some reason it ended up in the sugar bowl.
And in case anyone is wondering; according to Wikipedia, the official world record for most leaves on a clover is 21.
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