This sounds like a green-leaved form of O. regnelli ssp. triangularis. It also comes with variegated leaves. If you think this incorrect please show an image of leaves and flowers. Andrew Wilson San Diego From: email@example.com [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org] On Behalf Of Robert Blomquist Subject: [pbs] Oxalis NOID for identification I have this Oxalis which was given me several years ago, and it grows well in the house and prefers part shade in the outdoors. It has a strong resemblence to 0. triangularis, which lives in my garden, but it has one detail that makes it different. The leaves and plant are a lovely bright GREEN. Flowers are small white and similar to trangularis. Ideas or should I post a pic? I am tired of looking through all the wiki entries..