Oxalis is an old-fashioned plant that I remember as a kid. We called the plant “big clover” because it looked like a shamrock. My grandmother used it to line the shady paths in her garden, so I am delighted to see it make a comeback in such a dramatic way.
If you are like me, you probably remember Oxalis, it is an old fashioned plant that you saw around your grandmother’s house. Well, we call this plant the big clover because it looks like a shamrock. My grandmother used to line the shady garden with it. So, I am delighted to see it make a comeback in such a dramatic way. The vibrant leaves of charmed wane are brilliant burgundy. And they are even more eye catching when contrasted with plants white flowers. Although this plant looks great in combinations, I think I prefer it as a single specimen packed into a container or a large group in a bed. If you would like more information on this topic or any other gardening topic, just checkout my website, pallensmith.com