Trading weeds

Sujit Hart
Wed, 06 Feb 2013 13:06:54 PST
I enjoyed my O. triangularis with the dark pink leaves and light pink
flowers. I considered them weeds until I saw them in a pot at a friend's
house. I love the way they go to sleep at night. BTW can someone tell me
how to harvest seeds from this particular Oxalis. Besides this species is
not really invasive.

Houston, Texas

On Wed, Feb 6, 2013 at 1:06 PM, Ina <> wrote:

> I live in a mild climate, thought one year, well, if it is sold in the
> nurseries, it can't be that much of a thug.  I am very glad I put it in
> a container, because, boy! did that oxalis multiply!!  No idea which one
> it was, it was very pretty, pink if I recall rightly.  Have stuck to the
> -no oxalis- ever since.  It is a thug in any colour to my mind.  But
> then nurseries don't seem to care what they sell, as long as it sells.
> But then that is another gripe.
> Ina Crossley
> Auckland New Zealand  Zone 10
> On 7/02/2013 6:32 a.m., James Waddick wrote:
> > Dear PBSers,
> >
> >       I expect abuse about this topic.
> >
> >       I had avoided growing ANY Oxalis, because of my local weeds and
> especially the greenhouse pot weed with pink flowers 9 A sorrel) that comes
> up every where, forms bulbs deep in the pot and are a devil to pull up.
> Seems to pop up everywhere.
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