Oxalis depressa Overview
A clump-forming bulbous perennial with leathery heart-shaped, grey green leaves. Funnel-shaped flowers are deep purple-pink in greenish tubes appearing in summer. Native to Southern Africa.
How to propagate Oxalis depressa
You can propagate by division of the bulbs in autumn or early spring.
From seed in autumn.
Other uses of Oxalis depressa
Grown for their colourful flowers (which in bud are rolled like an umbrella), and their often attractive leaves.