Oxalis Triangularis has beautifully unique purple, trifoliate leaves that closely resemble shamrocks and grow in groups of threes atop slender, burgundy stems. Also known as ‘False Shamrock’, Oxalis Triangularis has dark purple foliage that supports five petaled pink flowers that bloom on naked green stems from spring to mid-summer.
Triangularis performs best in full sun to partial shade and is adaptable to varied soil conditions, making it perfect for containers and gardens alike. Its hardy nature makes it deer and rabbit resistant while still attracting a wide variety of pollinators. Oxalis Triangularis distinctive color and bulbous shape is sure to stand out in any landscape, container, or home garden. Tender so best treated as an annual.