You gotta love this sweet little plant.
The pink oxalis are just starting to bloom again in the middle of February. Their delicate blooms provide cheerful color while the other perennials are waiting for warmer weather to emerge.(San Antonio, Tx.)
These are giving a gorgeous May Day showing.
Close up of Pink Oxalis blooms
Oxalis cheer up a border, but boom profusely only in cool weather in San Antonio, Texas.
Growing in mostly shade and in a moist location, these oxalis are thriving and spreading slowly.
Same patch of oxalis, from farther back; they make a lovely footing for the azaleas in back.
A beautiful gift of nature.
This just popped up in my garden - don't remember planting it but what a nice surprise.
Pink wood sorrel growing in a half-circle flowerbed around an oak tree. Shown in March. (San Antonio, Tx.)
Grows profusly along the Bayou, and in protected areas of our yard. Sunny spots bloom first, then shady spots.
A single flower with the large cloverlike leaves.
This is naturalized in my yard peeking out of every dark corner. This would be great for a rock garden.
Lovely spring flowering perennial.
Photo of Pink Windowbox Woodsorrel (Oxalis articulata ssp. rubra) courtesy of Clarence A. Rechenthin @ USDA-NRCS PLANTS Database.
A plentiful "weed" in my garden. It is futile to try to pull them all up, so I just enjoy them where ever they want to grow.
A ladybug visited the oxalis in Kinston, NC.
Ilove this plant. It does well in my climate in partial shade and near a dripper as it likes to be moist.
Oxalis articulata f. crassipes Pink Wood Sorrel amid maidenhair fern and mondo grass, dappled shade, zone 8b, Lafayette LA 70503
Roadside plant at Maidstone, SE England.
This one is growing nicely in a pot with a miniature pineapple
Pink Wood Sorrel in bloom in a garden at Waihi Beach, NZ
Growing in vibrant bunches by the side of an eastern NC (7b) country road. Lovely!
Oxalis, Shamrock, Windowbox Wood Sorrel Oxalis articulata subsp. rubra interspersed with false freesia (Freesia laxa)