O. zeekoevleyensis

Mary Sue Ittner msittner@mcn.org
Wed, 11 Sep 2002 09:15:36 PDT
Dear Ann Marie,

Telos describes this one as mounds of hairy leaves with lavender flowers. Last year it bloomed from September through November. It is a mound of clover like leaves topped by purple flowers with a yellow center. I believe Diana wrote that it likes to be crowded and that is easy as it multiplies quickly. I was looking for a picture from last year and found one. I think Oxalis is a hard one to photograph because you want to capture both the leaves and flowers and it is hard to get them all in focus. And in my picture the flowers look pink, not lavender. I'll try to get it scanned in the next day or so and send you the picture.

Mary Sue

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