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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THE collection includes Anemone, Iris, Oxalis, Allium, Chinodoxa, Tarda, Linfolia and Jetfire.
Mix colourful Anemone de Caen and delicate Oxalis for bright borders, whilst tall Liatris and Gladioli add height and a focal point.
Martha Washington geraniums and ornamental oxalis add splashes of color.
Oxalis The rockery is coming into its own now and a welcome addition is oxalis, commonly known as shamrock or sorrel.
This is oxalis triangularis Francis purple, otherwise known as purple shamrock as it has three leaves just like the shamrock.
And while you're at it, don't forget the freesias, anemones, lilies, oxalis, hyacinths, snowdrops, amaryllis and of course the wonderful daffodils.
Buy 100 spring bulbs, which consist of five tulip Apeldoorn, 20 Allium molly, 20 alstromeria, 15 grape hyacinth, 20 oxalis, 20 Anemone de Caen for just pounds 12.
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