Mary Sue, > I have found Oxalis tomentosa in Cape Plants so I can > now write about it. Except that book says it has white > flowers like Bill's and hairy trifoliate leaves and in > his picture the leaves although wonderfully hairy don't > look trifoliate to me. The plant I grow as O. tomentosa is certainly *not* trifoliate but is definitely very hairy. I've never had it flower. Salter says that O. tomentosa has 5 to 15 leaves with 10 to 20 leaflets, peltately spreading. This matches my plant but doesn't match this: http://makeashorterlink.com/?D525124A6 My plant, although not obtained through him, looks like Bills. > Keeping the Oxalis straight is a challenge. It's all good clean fun though :) Andrew.