Oxalis tetraphylla

Ann Marie mysticgardn@yahoo.com
Thu, 22 May 2003 11:43:45 PDT
I agree the Allium triquetum can get invasive, every other year I dig up the bulbs and give them away, anyone interested please email me privately   mysticgardn@yahoo.com  I will gladly give them for free, you pay postage.  But they still come back.

Mary Sue Ittner <msittner@mcn.org> wrote:///Dear/ Claude and Alberto,

Thanks for setting me straight. I have uploaded Ann Marie's pictures to the 
wiki and she has named hers 'Iron Cross' and since it looked just like mine 
I thought maybe I had the wrong name. That was what puzzled me. I am always 
happy to get confirmation of my plants and I didn't have a picture of 
Oxalis triangularis or any references to it.

Here are Ann Marie's bulbs for shade. I'll make the changes on the wiki of 
her Oxalis name. She wasn't sure of the first one, but I think it looks 
like Allium triquetrum and so does Mark. I'm tempted to start a pest page 
on the Wiki and put it there, but someone's pest is someone else's treasure.




Mary Sue

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