Kate Kashuba
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Oxalis Triangularis, Commonly Called False Shamrock


Species of edible perennial plant in the Oxalidaceae family. It is endemicto Brazil.[1] This woodsorrel is typically grown as a houseplant but can be grown outside in USDA climate zones 8a-11, preferably in light shade.
Oxalis triangularis, commonly called False Shamrock
Oxalis triangularis, commonly called False Shamrock

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