It's a little wrinkled right now, but that's it, and where did it come from? I swear, I didn't plant it there. Thought it was clover.
I use thes in various plaes I need a filler, if it fills out too much you just cut it back
Growing at the roadside
Pink Sorrel in Morwell National Park in Victoria, Australia, October 1993
Leaves of young oxalis articulata. Notice the characteristic hair (more noticeable in new growth) and the one spot of each leaflet.
Oxalis articulata has usually orange- brown spots underneath.
Oxalis articulata is a perennial with a compact woody rhizome.