Robin Attrill
Thu, 13 Nov 2003 23:46:39 PST
Mary Sue wrote,

> So what are we to conclude is the correct name for Lauw's plants, the ones
> Andrew B. is talking about and Uli's and presumably the ones in my
> that were recommended for the south. Are they all the same plant and
> it be more correctly named Oxalis articulata forma crassipes?  Or is this
> plant really Oxalis hirta?

The plant that has been discussed is the former. The latter is autumn
flowering, caulescent, and not very hardy although it can be grown out of
doors in the mildest parts of the British Isles.

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