Wild White Clover, or Dutch Clover is a perennial wildflower found in fields and along many roadsides in my area.

The tiny (about the size of my thumbnail) sweet flowers are not only a favorite with bees and cattle, but the leaves, stems, flowers, and seed pods are edible for humans as well.

The leaves are usually in groups of threes on the stem, but if you’re lucky, you may find a stem with four leaves.

“If you work, if you wait, you will find the place where the four-leaf clovers grow.” ~ Ella Higginson