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Oxalis is a large genus comprising around 500 species of annual or perennial flowering plants, spreading via fibrous roots, bulbs or rhizomes. These plants are part of the Oxalidaceae family, they have a worldwide distribution with a centre of diversity in tropical regions of Brazil, Mexico and South Africa. They are characterised by their divided, palmate leaves that resemble clover leaves, and funnel- or bowl-shaped flowers that often close at night or in dull weather. A number of species, cultivars and hybrids are popular in rock gardens, raised beds, an alpine house, or as houseplants. Some are considered very invasive weeds.
How to propagate Shamrock
Divide in spring.
You can propagate by division of the bulbs in autumn or early spring.
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Other uses of Shamrock
Grown for their colourful flowers (which in bud are rolled like an umbrella), and their often attractive leaves.
Spring Flowering Bulbs
Flowering in spring these bulbs give a beautiful display.Explore all