Also known as the false shamrock plant, purple shamrock or wood sorrel, the Oxalis Triangularis is a bulb type flowering plant from the oxalis genus. Its small pinkish or white blooms complement the deep purple leaves. The plant will be full in leaves.
How to care for your Oxalis Triangularis
Oxalis leaves close at night – don’t worry, this is normal. Water from the bottom, using a saucer, once a week, and mist every three days over the leaves. If the Oxalis is planted in a pot with no drainage holes, simply mist more thoroughly once a week.
Approximate current plant height including plastic pot: 25cm
Approximate pot size: diameter 10cm
Please expect some variation in plant colour and shape from the listing image.
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