Texas Oxalis?

patty allen prallen2@peoplepc.com
Sun, 07 Mar 2010 01:34:09 PST
Hi All, If the oxalis Justin has is like the one John MacGregor described, which is like the ones I can't get rid off down here in Southeast Texas, he doesn't want it to multiply. 
Once it gets going , it is almost impossible to get rid of. It makes a tremendous amount of seed and it is nearly impossible to get all of them when you are tryng to dig up a clump to do away with!
If someone knows of a product that will kill them, please share with me.

Southeast Texas

-----Original Message-----
>From: Eugene Zielinski <eez55@earthlink.net>
>Sent: Mar 6, 2010 8:10 PM
>To: Pacific Bulb Society <pbs@lists.ibiblio.org>
>Subject: Re: [pbs] Texas Oxalis?
>If your oxalis is an east Texas wildflower, most likely it is O. violacea,
>a species with plain green leaves that blooms in the spring.  I don't know
>if it is tuberous or not.
>Eugene Zielinski
>Augusta, GA
>> [Original Message]
>> From: Justin Smith
>> Date: 3/6/2010 4:33:08 PM
>> Subject: [pbs] Texas Oxalis?
>> Hi All,
>> I was wondering if anyone could identify this oxalis that I have growing
>in my yard. I dug one up a couple of years ago and put in a pot but it so
>far has failed to multiply.
>> http://flickr.com/photos/oothal/…
>> Thanks
>> Justin
>> Woodville, TX 8b/9a		 	   		  
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