Dear Ron, Diana, and David, Thanks so much for helping with the Oxalis identification. I'll rename them and move them off the mystery page. I'm very happy to know what they are. Where I live Oxalis luteola is one of the best performers. It also has returned nicely in my raised beds growing in a pot when I haven't repotted it every year. It forms a very nice mat, but does need sunlight to do well. Like David my fall Oxalis display wasn't quite as nice as in the past. Our trees keep getting taller and finding sunny spots is harder. I am reminded that Lauw de Jager has suggested getting Oxalis into growth in late summer for good bloom. Perhaps this helps with the warmth and sunshine they need to do really well and the additional light from longer days and the angle of the sun. When it comes to Oxalis, I envy Ron's excellent conditions for growing them in Southern California. Where I live is really beautiful year round however with the forest and the ocean so it definitely has its advantages. Mary Sue Where we are having a period of wet dark weather when the beeping of the battery back-up on the computer blends in with the sound of the wind, rain, occasional hail, occasional thunder in the background. Yes, we do have seasons in this part of California.