Description: Clusters of bright pink, 2” flowers rise on slender stems above a mound of vibrant green shamrock-shaped foliage
Habit: Grows 6-12” high; blooms in spring and fall indoors, and may go dormant in the summer heat; if planted outdoors in warmer climates, blooms in fall with foliage that persists through the winter, and goes dormant in late spring
Culture: Prefers full to part sun and well-drained garden soil or potting mix; may be increased by bulb division
Hardiness: Cold hardy to USDA Zone 7
The genus Oxalis contains over 850 species from all parts of the world, but primarily from South Africa and South America. Many oxalis species became popular parlour plants in the Victorian period. This showy oxalis species is native to the Eastern Cape of South Africa.
This plant will begin shipping mid April 2014. zone7b,zone8,zone9