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oxalis articulata

Posted by springday 7 (My Page) on
Fri, Mar 2, 07 at 14:30

I am looking for a plant my grandmother grew. I believe it is called oxalis articulata, jointed woodsorrel. It has clover like leaves and with numerous little pink flowers. It blooms in spring/early summer and is about 6 inches tall. The leaves stay green and pretty all year, even in winter, in the Cullman area. I have not been able to locate this old timey variety to purchase. I would like to purchase 25 or more for my mother. Please let me know if anyone knows where this particular plant can be found. I have a couple of these plants from my grandmother's garden. I do not have enough for my mother's desire for a mass planting of these old timey jewels.


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RE: oxalis articulata

Springday, EMail me. I have about 40 of these plants at our Church plant sale. Tony

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