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I have loads of this oxalis and will dig up a clump if someone would like some.
Lucky clover, Good luck leaf, Good luck plant
Oxalis tetraphylla ‘Iron Cross’ (Lucky clover). This is a tuft-forming bulbous perennial. The crowded leaves are usually divided into 4 leaflets that are roughly triangular. It will produces loose sprays of funnel-shaped, deep pink flowers with a yellow throat in the spring and summer.
They will need a position in sun or partial-shade with mulched, well-drained soil. You can propagate by division of the bulbs or from seed in autumn.
Ground cover, walls, rock garden
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