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Family: OxalidaceaeMain Season: SummerFlower Colour: PinkLeaf Colour: GreenFoliage: Semi-EvergreenPosition: ShadeSoil Type: Ordinary, medium loamHeight: Up to 15cm / 6"Peat Free? YesHardiness Guide: RHS H5 minimum -10C to -15CPot Size: 9cm
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A rich pink flowered form of this mostly evergreen from conifer woodlands of western North America. Shade, not dry but drained. 15cm.
Semi-evergreen, Oxalis oregana will keep it's leaves in sheltered locations but is likely to be deciduous in really cold winters or more exposed sites. Smalliana seems to have a deeper green leaf than the species.
Makes a dense groundcover, slowly spreading here in East Anglia but likely to be quiker in damper parts of the country.
Redwood Sorrel. From coastal woodland in California, Oregon and Washington in the USA and British Columbia in Canada.
Oxalis debilis 'Aureoreticulata'£4.50
Gold veined oxalis. Pretty yellow reticulate veined leaves and sporadic pale pink flowers. Can be grown indoors or out in a sheltered spot. Drained soil, sun. 10cm.
Rare species collected in Lesotho, clump forming from bulbs with bright green three lobed leaves and masses of funnel shaped terracotta pink flowers in summer and autumn. Drained soil in full sun. 15cm.
Oxalis tetraphylla purple leaved£6.00
A striking sport selected here from 'Iron Cross' with completely purple flushed foliage and the typical brick-pink flowers all summer. Well drained soil in full sun. 15cm.