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larrygold
Dunsmuir, CA
(Zone 1)

February 10, 2013
6:20 PM

Post #9414739

These delicate "weeds" push there way through everything.
They have a bulb-type seed base.
What are they?
Thanks.

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Darwiniensis
Darwin
Australia

February 10, 2013
6:44 PM

Post #9414760

An Oxalis. Not sure which species.
jekeesl
Hot Springs, AR
(Zone 7b)

February 10, 2013
7:35 PM

Post #9414805

I checked the BONAP maps at http://www.bonap.org/BONAPmaps2010/Oxalis.html. The three pink Oxalis species with yellow centers in your area are O. bowiei, O. debilis, and O. purpurea. Oxalis purpurea is the most common, and can have those solid yellow centers.
Darwiniensis
Darwin
Australia

February 11, 2013
3:11 PM

Post #9415837

http://davesgarden.com/community/forums/t/1297898/

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