Variegated Four Leaf Clover Brings Good Luck!
Variegated Four Leaf Clover (Marsilea Mutica) looks as though it floats magically on the surface of the water. However, the roots of the Four Leaf Clover must be anchored in heavy loam soil, in 1 - 2 gallon containers, and placed up to 3 feet beneath the surface of the water. (deepest depth is for mature plants). Plant in full sun to part shade, and fertilize in the spring and throughout the summer months for strong, vigorous plants. We recommend a slow release fertilizer like Waterlily World Fertilizer Tabs. Four Leaf Clovers Plants are beautiful to look at, grow quickly and are a great pond plant for surface area coverage.
Height Four Leaf Clover leaves lay on the surface of the water
Width Spreads across the surface of the water
Sunlight Requirements Full sun to part shade
Moisture Requirements Wet, must be planted in loam soil in containers and placed on shelves of the pond or up to three feet beneath the surface of the water. Deeper depths is for established plants.
Zone Hardy to zone 5
Plant your Four Leaf Clover plants in containers using loam soil and place up to three feet beneath the surface of the water (deepest depth is for established plants). Plant in full sun to part shade. Fertilize with a slow release fertilizer like Waterlily World Fertilizer Tabs, once each month throughout the growing season.
*Fabric Planting Containers are an excellent choice for Four Leaf Clover plants. The smaller sizes should work well for Four Leaf Clover, a delightful pond plant!