- "WAHOO! I got the four-leaf clover! I'm so lucky!"
- — Player, Wild World
- "Check it out! I found a four-leaf clover! Does this mean I'll be really lucky now?"
- — Player, City Folk
- "Whoa! I found a four-leaf clover! I wonder if that makes me lucky?"
- — Player, New Leaf
Clovers are a type of weed with three leaves that appear in Animal Crossing: Wild World, Animal Crossing: City Folk, and Animal Crossing: New Leaf. Like typical weeds, players can pluck them from the ground or dig them out with a shovel. Unlike typical weeds, they have no negative effects to the village if left alone. Clovers appear in patches of four, and will spawn from late February to early December.
If plucked from the ground, most clovers will disappear. However, players have the possibility of finding a four-leaf clover, which are called lucky clovers in Animal Crossing: New Leaf, but this is rare; there is only about a 1 in 40 chance for each clover to be a four leaf clover. This item will be stored in the inventory. Placing a clover outside in town does not have any special effect on the perfect town rating as it only acts as a regular piece of flora. When it is dropped in one's house as furniture, it will be an open book with the clover being used as a bookmark. This will increase luck. It can also be worn in the player's hair. Four leaf clovers are traditionally associated with good luck, a superstition that is also voiced by the player. If players place a clover in their house, it acts as a lucky item and gives them 7,777 points toward their HRA or HHA score.