Description from Glasshouse Works
Obtriangular leaves are most attractive, plus nearly everblooming white flower clusters recommend this as the best Oxalis for the house–the Victorian’s favorite. More than likely that rugged soul your grandmother grew in a clay filled coffee can in her sunny kitchen window. Fabulous as a hanging basket display in your hobby greenhouse as well as any number of container combinations outdoors during the milder seasons. While a tuberous species, this one sms to havonetheless e no dormancy cycle as long as if given good light, well drained soil, and low amounts of fertilizer. If however, during your vacation your very most trusted friend forgets to water it and it drops all foliage, fear not: gradually start watering again and the tubers will send up new life.
- Family: Oxalidaceae