Clover

To see a three-leaf clover in your dream, symbolizes the past, present, and future. You are at a transition stage in your life. To see a four-leaf clover in your dream, represents good luck. You have successfully come to a resolution of some problem.

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Leaf / Leaves

Leaves signify fertility and growth. Since each leaf is completely unique, we may be becoming aware of the beauty of creation and the perfection of spiral patterns in nature.

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Preserving

If you dream of preserving anything – such as canning fruits, or pressing a leaf in wax paper – there is something in your past that you need to hold on to and preserve.

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Shamrock

To see a shamrock (four-leaf clover) in your dream, represents good luck. You have successfully come to a resolution of some problem.

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Leaf / Leaves

A leaf very often represents a period of growth and can also give a measurement of time. Green leaves can suggest hope and new opportunities, or the springtime. Dead leaves signify a period of sadness, barrenness or autumn. Also consult the entries for autumn and trees.

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Clover

A bright, happy dream (Gypsy) ; “the Shamrock or Qover Leaf may be regarded as the three-fold symbol of a lover, the Great Lover.”—Bayley.

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Poplars

To dream of seeing poplars, is an omen of good, if they are in leaf or bloom. For a young woman to stand by her lover beneath the blossoms and leaves of a tulip poplar, she will realize her most extravagant hopes. Her lover will be handsome and polished. Wealth and friends will be hers. […]

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Tobacco

To dream of tobacco, denotes success in business affairs, but poor returns in love. To use it, warns you against enemies and extravagance. To see it growing, foretells successful enterprises. To see it dry in the leaf, ensures good crops to farmers, and consequent gain to tradesmen. To smoke tobacco, denotes amiable friendships.

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Tree leaves

(Leaf) In a dream, tree leaves represent clothing, except for the leaves of a fig tree for they represent sorrow.

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