Say Yes To Shamrocks!
St. Patrick’s Day just wouldn’t be the same without shamrocks. This well-known symbol of all things Irish is a fixture on March 17 – in bars and pubs, homes, and businesses that want to get into the St. Patrick’s Day spirit.
Not just for St. Patrick's Day
A shamrock's pretty leaves and delicate flowers make a perfect addition to your St. Patrick's Day décor, but they're also nice to have around all year, in your home or your garden. They should be kept at normal room temperature, fertilized once and month, watered sparingly (only when they need it) and grown in bright, indirect light.
Place small pots of shamrocks around the house for some Irish charm; give shamrocks in pretty pots to friends as parting gifts when they leave your St. Patrick's Day party, and they also make a unique hostess gifts.
Plant shamrocks on St. Patrick's Day for Irish charm year-round. >>
Other facts about shamrocks
Whether you're growing your own shamrocks or just wearing a plastic version to celebrate St. Patrick's Day, check out these fun shamrock facts.
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