So you are a very lucky person, because clovers are plants called "Nitrogen Fixers" and this means that your plants receive free nitrogen for the mere fact of being next to clovers.
Clovers belong to the Legume family, plants with the ability to bring nitrogen from the air and deliver it to the soil and make it available to other plants, thanks to the association that their roots make with fixing bacteria such as rhizobium.
And what is special about Nitrogen
Well, it is an element of vital importance for the growth and health of plants, especially for the production of leaves. And then what do I do with the shamrocks? The recommendation is to let them grow and if you don't want them anymore, then you can pluck them and bury them in your soil.
There are some edible varieties, so you can also mix them in your salads.
Clover (Trifolium) does a lot for your plants, we don't know if it brings them good luck, but it accompanies them and gives them free nitrogen.
PS: Excesses are never good, even in nature, so if you see that there are too many and they are affecting your plants, we recommend you control their population, so that there is a balance!