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Oxalis Triangularis Purple

Oxalis triangularis Purple

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  • Pet Warning:Toxic To Ingest

  • Care Level:I'm Easy

Purple Shamrock (Oxalis triangularis Purple) has a trio of triangular-shaped leaves that fold back as evening sets due to the turgor pressure in the base of the leaf. This one produces white to violet flowers in the spring and summer that contrast vividly with the vibrant purple foliage. This bulbous plant can be a groundcover in mild climates or a colorful choice for containers, borders, or indoor plants. He is even deer and rabbit resistant for woodland gardens. He grows up to 12 inches tall and 24 inches wide.
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Oxalis Triangularis Purple
Oxalis Triangularis Purple
About Oxalis Triangularis Purple

In ancient times, the shamrock's three heart-shaped leaves were believed by the Druids of Ireland to combat evil spirits and represented the Triple Goddess of Celtic mythology. St. Patrick (patron saint of Ireland) is believed to have used the shamrock, as an illustration, to teach the doctrine of the Holy Trinity to non believing Celtics in the fourth century. Hence, the symbol is significant on St. Patrick's Day and has become the country's national symbol.

Care Level: I'm Easy

Easy for beginners

Pet Friendly: Warning

Toxic to pets

Origins: South America

South America

Fun Facts: Oxalis' clover-li...

Oxalis' clover-like leaves react to the dark by folding backward. The mechanics of this movement is due to turgor pressure at the base of the leaf. The nectar-producing flowers can be white, yellow, rose-purple, or pink. Their flowers include both kinds of reproductive organs (perfect flowers). Long ago, sailors at sea would eat oxalis as a good source of Vitamin C to help prevent scurvy. It has a sour taste, from which it derives its name "oxys," meaning "sour" in Greek.

Oxalis Triangularis Purple

Great For People Who…

  • Great for people who are on the go and need low maintenance plants
  • Great for people who love curvy unique green leaves
  • Great for people who love to dance
  • Great for people who love to share plants with their friends
Oxalis Triangularis Purple

Great For Spaces That…

  • Great for space with a range of low to high indirect light
  • Great for spaces with bright indirect light
  • Great for spaces that have need lush decor
  • Great for spaces with tabletops and desks
  • Great for spaces that have full sun

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Oxalis Triangularis Purple

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