SOLVED: Growing in Texas

London, United Kingdom(Zone 9a)

I have someone that has asked for ID on this. Its growing in Texas and would be grateful if someone knew what it is.
Thanks for looking.

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Richmond, TX


London, United Kingdom(Zone 9a)

I have been looking at Buttercups that grow in Texas but cant see anything like these leaves. Do you have a link porkpal.

Richmond, TX

No, I just have Buttercups. However, mine seldom grow that densely. Have those been mowed?

Palo Alto, CA(Zone 9a)

Looks like it might be Oxalis.

London, United Kingdom(Zone 9a)

Jubilada, I think you might be right. Thanks.
I will let them know.

Contra Costa County, CA(Zone 9b)

I don't know of any Oxalis with that sort of leaf. Much more common among Oxalis are the leaves that look like 3-leaf clover.

I was wondering about Hydrocotyle. There are several species with leaves varying from scalloped-round to lobed.

Are these growing from individual seeds, so there are lots and lots of baby plants in that picture? Or are there runners connecting the plants?
Any sign of flowers?

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