Laws that don’t actually exist

So I’m writing a book on the use of flowers in religious rituals.  I came across interesting information, one point of which was that the Greek Orthodox wedding ceremony often does rituals and such in threes to honour the Holy Trinity.  So I have in my book the recommendation that flowers be presented in groupings of three or be of three-petalled types, such as Ontario’s trillium.

And then I thought, oh, crap – there’s a law about that!

Thank goodness for Snopes:  there isn’t.  I can actually go out right now (well, not right now, since there’s about eight feet of snow on the ground but you know what I mean) and transplant some trilliums onto my own property!
Adding to the list….

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