Like a standard three-leaf clover, a four-leaf clover is entirely green in color, has a stem approximately 2.8 inches long and leaves between 0.6 and 0.8 inches wide. Four-leaf clover leaves spread evenly around the stem... More »

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Estimates tend to indicate that about one in every 10,000 clovers have four leaves. As far as true clover is concerned, the three-leaf variety is much more common than the four-leaf kind, which is why finding a clover wi... More »

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Preserve the delicate structure of a four-leaf clover by covering the plant with a combination of borax and cornmeal in a shoebox. Let the clover sit for seven days, carefully remove it from the mixture, and store it in ... More »

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Preserve the delicate structure of a four-leaf clover by covering the plant with a combination of borax and cornmeal in a shoebox. Let the clover sit for seven days, carefully remove it from the mixture, and store it in ... More »

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Photosynthesis takes place in plant leaves, and in some small part, in the stem. Specifically photosynthesis takes place in the mesophyll cells where the chloroplasts are located in a leaf. More »

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Pictures of clover are found on the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, HowStuffWorks and the U.S. Department of Agriculture websites. There are several types of clover, including red clover, white clover, Swedis... More »

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How Stuff Works explains that water reaches the leaves of plants through the xylem vessels, and it escapes through small holes in the leaf known as stomata. The process by which the water moves from the capillaries to th... More »