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Andrew Broome
Sat, 01 Jul 2006 01:06:54 PDT
Mary Sue said...

 > ...  this white one has increased rapidly in my garden.

That's interesting.  The relatively commonly available clone of a
white flowered Ox. purpurea in NZ is slow to reproduce for me.
The bulbs get bigger but don't seem to divide readily.

A new (to me) clone (U4a) seems to be reproducing nicely though,
over the few years I've had it.

 > I suppose I should have put a warning next to the Oxalis
 > offerings about the addiction possibilities.

Addictive?  Whatever do you mean?  :)



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