Oxalis leaves are palmate with 3 – 12 leaflets – often clover-like. Some species are invasive and considered to be weeds. Others make excellent ground cover or houseplants. Most are frost tender and suitable for greenhouses or conservatory in cooler climes. ‘Chilean Yellow-Sorrel’ is a tender perennial usually grown as annual, bearing shamrock-like leaves and buttercup yellow, five-petaled flowers. Makes a long-lived container plant when overwintered inside.

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It requires moist air.

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It has no serious pest or disease problems.

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