Oxalis


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Oxalis

a plant genus of the family Oxalidaceae; poisonous to herbivora because of high soluble oxalate content causing nephrosis and urolithiasis. Includes O. acetosella (wood sorrel), O. corniculata (creeping oxalis), O. latifolia, O. pes-caprae (O. cernua, soursob, Bermuda buttercup).
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These three acquisitions complement the Smith & Prince (now Oxalis Lighting) hazardous lighting business already owned by Oxalis.
Moreover, most annuals were forbs, and three annual forbs, Oxalis dillenii, Pafietaria obtusa, and Jamacian weed (Nama jamaicense), comprised >40% of seedlings encountered.
These include a 150-bulb pack containing 15 gladioli, 50 oxalis, 15 Dutch iris, 20 anemone de caen and 50 sparaxis for pounds 9.
Oxalis was a tart addition to green salad, also sorrel, which could also be made into a tasty soup.
THE rockery is coming into its own now and a welcome addition is oxalis, commonly known as shamrock or sorrel.
The Oxalis tuberosa alliance is an informal name first proposed by de Azkue and Martinez (1990) for a group of morphologically similar Oxalis species that share a base chromosome number rare in the genus (x = 8).
The most common NRF species are Ambrosia psilostachya (western ragweed), Vernonia baldwinii (western ironweed), Achillea millefolium (yarrow), and Oxalis dillenii (woodsorrel).
It can be used on Hollyhocks, Willows, Hypericums and Oxalis amongst others to control the specific rusts.
Power management company Eaton today announced it has acquired Oxalis Group Ltd.
Yours, Ernest March Bishop's Stortford, Herts Hi Ernest, The only plant I can think of is Oxalis triangularis, which is an indoor plant sometimes known as False Shamrock.
Many poppies grow in our countryside in the early spring and what a delight they are, contrasting so well with the many early yellow colours of oxalis, crown marguerites and acacias.
Stroll through a verdant understory of oxalis and ferns at Henry Cowell Redwoods State Park's Fall Creek Unit.