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Oxalis gigantea

Posted by prayerrock zone 5 (My Page) on
Tue, Nov 15, 11 at 1:06

Hi everyone, I am looking for the Oxalis gigantea. I had one and lost it. I really love this plant, if anyone knows were I can get this please let me know I would be most appreciative.

mary


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RE: Oxalis gigantea

Annie's Annuals sometimes has it in stock. If you know anyone in CA that lives near Annie's you might ask them to drop by and look for it. I've gotten plants that are listed as being out of stock on their site. Grassy Knoll carries Oxalis carnosa which is a caudiciform type of oxalis.


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RE: Oxalis gigantea

I can't help you, but oxalis is a dirty word at my place, normally uttered after other appropriate expletives.

Brad


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RE: Oxalis gigantea

I'm in S. Cal. Where is Annie's?


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RE: Oxalis gigantea

Thank you karyn1 I most certainly will look into those.

pennyhal, I am not sure were in Cal. it is but I will try to find out, thanks:).

Brad, ya i know all about oxalis being a dirty word in my yard..lol Oh but oxalis gigantea is a most wonderful plant, worth seeking out.

Mary


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RE: Oxalis gigantea

Annie's is located at 740 Market Ave. in Richmond, CA.


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RE: Oxalis gigantea

Sorry, Richmond is up North. Otherwise I would have enjoyed a trip over to that side of the bay.


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RE: Oxalis gigantea

I googled it, cool looking plant. There was a post from Gardenweb that came up suggesting that it was available from Arid Lands. Not sure if that helps but worth a try.
Tami


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