looks like shamrock and a four o'clock
I don't know the "scientific" name, but the purple one on the left is a type of shamrock. My mom has some just like it comes back every year.
Oxalis A cousin of shamrock
number 1 is a purple shamrock plant. The leaves close up at nite. The plant in pic 2 I think is a "Leaverite" plant......LEAVE IT RIGHT there and see what happens.
Shamrock & four O'clocks is right on.
looks like trilliums
I call them purple shamrocks. They grow next to my front porch and come back every year. I love their color
1st one a Purple Clover? 2 nd one a 4 O'Clock?
1st one purple leave.Oxalis. They come in many varieties.
Also, the shamrock plant is like a ground cover, spreads through small tubers just under the soil line....they can be seperated and put in a pot for a houseplant.
four o'clocks are the one on the right
oxalis and 4 o'clocks
I have this oxalis, pretty pink flowers, houseplant in my area
I like the idea of a plant called leave it right there and see what happens. LOL!
oxalis is the correct answer for the shamrock shaped one. I have one & I love it. So do a lot of my friends.
it looks like oxalis , does it get a white flower or light pink flowers on it?
shamrock and lilac
Red Shamrock and 4'Oclock...
Looks like a purple oxalis
Why are 4'Oclocks called that?
On the left is red leaf Oxalis Triangularis. No idea what's on the right
Is the one on the right a shurb because to me it looks like a pink wegila.
Oxalis!! I have one on my windowsill.
It comes in green or red and has either a pale pink bloom (usually on the red variety) or a white bloom ususally on the green variety, but I have had a red oxalis with a white flower.
purple shamrock for sure. Not sure about the other
Just saw it in the better homes and gardens mag.
The one on the right could be a leaverite plant....but it could also be a shrubby ellifiknow
It is definitely an Oxalis on the left. And I have to agree with an earlier comment on a Weigela shrub. It is difficult to see clearly, but if it is a woody plant, I would go with the Weigela. There are many varieties of the Weigela. There are some varigated and some with red flowers also.
walter, is Oxalls and purple shamrock the same thing?
Oxalis is a form commonly called shamrock and that is oxalis on the left.
I'm pretty sure the purple on the left is oxalis. The one on the right looks like 4 o'clock but it's a little too far away to tell.
agreed, the purple is oxalis otherwise known as shamrock, and the other is four o'clocks, my favorite plant for teaching kids about flowers, propagation and seeds.
Purple shamrock and 4 o'clocks, the 4 o'clocks' seeds look like little hand grenades and they reseed nicely.
Oxalis and four o'clocks
purple oxalis & four o'clocks
the one on the right looks like an impatience plant
The Oxalis comes in green also. Some varieties have white flowers, others pink blooms. Some have leaves that are two toned. The purple ones look nice next to light pink impatiens and/or Blue Daze Evolvulus. Also pretty when paired with Scabiosa, the pin cushion flower and many other flowers. The pics are from a Garden that I designed and planted.
Thank you er'body for letting me know what's in my yard!!! I now know where to come with all my questions. Again, Thank you!
Oxalis and in France we call the other one "Belle de Nuit". Very perfumed. It's not Weigela.
don't know, but i have some
it is oxalis or called shamrock. Very nice plant.
very pretty in a pot.
2nd plant looks like nightshade
Oops no didn't see pink flowers not night shade
Dwarf Mexican Petunia or Vinca for second plant.
The flowering plant is called Five o´clock - Mirabilis Jalapa. It is called that, because the flowers open as soon as the sun is down :)
I believe the first plant is Oxalis purple clover...
Yes they look like Oxalis,they also come in a green color,and they get little white flowers ,very pretty.
The 1st one is a shamrock
I grow the Oxalis in doors as a house plant. I has gotten huge and has started growing in other pots as well.
I love the way it closes up and goes to sleep at night. My granddaughter gets so excited to see that when she's over!
i have one, did not know u could indors
The purple plant is called: Oxalis triangularis which has three common names, False Shamrock, Purple Shamrock and Love Plant.
Thanks Patty from Vancouver. I also have one, its been out all Summer, will definitely take it in for the Winter
2nd pic looks like a 4 o'clock. Couldn't zoom so I'm not 100% sure.