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Real Irish Shamrock Seeds & Original Irish Dirt

Grow your own shamrocks in the real earth of Ireland!

The Shamrock: a 3-Leaf Clover, is the national flower of Ireland and one of the county’s most recognised and most loved national symbols. A crucial part of the celebrations on Saint Patrick’s Day, March 17th, the tradition of wearing and “drowning” the Shamrock can be traced back to the early 1700s.

The shamrock seeds we offer are in fact The Real Irish Shamrock (Trifolium Dubium) as officially recognized by the Government of Ireland as the Official Irish Shamrock. Our seeds are sourced from experienced gardeners from Galway, Ireland.

They come with our beautifully designed tin filled with 0.8 lb of genuine Irish earth, freshly dug from the finest fields in Ireland.

– Original Irish Dirt tin filled with 0.8lb of Pure Irish Eart

– Packet of Shamrock Seed (800 seeds)

Did you purchase our Real Shamrock Seeds and wonder how to grow them to make sure they are perfect?

Did you know that for good luck, a shamrock is usually included in the bouquet of an Irish bride, and also in the boutonniere of the groom?

Grow your own shamrocks in the real earth of Ireland! The Shamrock: a 3-Leaf Clover, is the national flower of Ireland and one of the county's most recognised and most loved national symbols. A crucial part of the celebrations on Saint Patrick's Day, March 17th, the tradition of wearing and “drowning” the Shamrock can

Flowering Shamrock

Plant 3-4” apart and 1-2” deep in full to part sun with moist, well-drained soil. They grow 10-12” tall with a medium growth rate and bloom in June through September. Flowers are rosy, some call it pink and some red, and sometimes may have yellow centers. Flowering shamrock have green clover-.

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Plant 3-4” apart and 1-2” deep in full to part sun with moist, well-drained soil. They grow 10-12” tall with a medium growth rate and bloom in June through September. Flowers are rosy, some call it pink and some red, and sometimes may have yellow centers. Flowering shamrock have green clover-like foliage with purple cross shaped markings. Can be used in beds, borders, rock gardens and containers.

Called ”lucky clover” or ”good luck plant” because it looks like clover and always has 4leaves. Fertilize when actively growing. Can be dug up in the winter incold zones and stored in cool, frost-free place, then replanted in spring.Leaves contain oxalic acid which can be eaten in small quantities (lemony taste), butshould not be eaten in large quantities as it hinders calcium absorption bythe body. Can be cooked and eaten to reduce the oxalic acid. Zones 8-10 if left outdoors, 4-7 if lifted in the fall, can be grown indoors as a houseplant.

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Plant 3-4'' apart and 1-2'' deep in full to part sun with moist, well-drained soil. They grow 10-12'' tall with a medium growth rate and bloom in June through September. Flowers are rosy, some call it pink and some red, and sometimes may have yellow centers. Flowering shamrock have green clover-…