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Purple shamrock

Posted by bloomingbridge CA (My Page) on
Tue, Sep 30, 08 at 23:34

Hello : my purple shamrock, Oxalis, has flowers and I am wondering is possible to collect seeds from these small flowers ? Do I need another Oxalis to produce viable seed?
since I only have one plant.

thank you for reading this posting !

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RE: Purple shamrock

Oxalis triangularis is easiest to propagate by bulbils but the link gives some information on seed. The bulbils will be found beneath the plant and can be potted up individually.

Here is a link that might be useful: Oxalis triangularis


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