Oxalis adenophylla, O. enneaphylla on the east coast

John Lonsdale john@johnlonsdale.net
Sun, 10 Jul 2005 13:32:44 PDT

I've tried various forms of O. enneaphylla, laciniata and adenophylla
without success.

A surprise is in the form of O. rhombifolia (about which I remember very
little without looking it up, maybe the name is spelt wrong) which has
lovely rich pink flowers over a long period in summer.  It creeps around
slowly in a sand bed and has been outside for 3 years.



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