Posted on January 10, 2021 Updated on January 10, 2021
I’m pretty sure this is an Oxalis Articulata or pink sorrel but, it could also be Oxalis Debilis. Either way, it is definitely a Shamrock and it’s in my front yard. ~Vic
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Those are beautiful
They are all over the yard in the spring.
I love Oxalis! Lucky you.
Looks like a flowering clover to me! I saw a patch of clover on one of my neighbors yards the other day. Definitely a sign spring will be here.
I hope we have an early spring.
Beautiful flowers! I have Oxalis/Wood Sorrel growing wild in my yard. They have beautiful yellow blooms in March.
Oh, how pretty. I haven’t seen any yellows here.
After scrolling for a little bit, I found one of my blogs. They call it Texas Woodsorrel. My guess is, the yellow oxalis is more of a southern plant
The only Shamrocks I was aware of are the Irish ones lol. But it is very pretty 😀
There are a lot of Irish descendants here. Brought them with?
They may look nice but they get everywhere. I cant get rid of them in my garden.
They are quite prolific. I remember reading, some years ago, about a woman that had the purple leaf version of it. She mowed them down all the time and that just made them spread more. LOL!
My maternal grandmother kept some in a pot…the ones with the triangular leaves that close up when the sun sets. She always called them umbrella plants.
and then there was PINK
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