“O Shea’s Shamrock”
The word shamrock is derived from the Irish word saemrog, which means a little clover. Irish people and those of Irish ancestory throughout the world wear Shamrock on St. Patricks day(March 17th) each year as a proud symbol and reminder of their heritage.
O Shea’s Shamrock is grown in a Vial and is a root intact plant which means it will arrive to you as a growing plant. Your living shamrock will reach you with a ready to wear lapel.
It is presented in a gold coloured box and includes a bookmark with the shamrock story in English and translated to Irish as well to remind you of Ireland throughout the rest of the year.