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Oxalis is typically grown as a house plant but does like to be grown outdoors in light shade. Oxalis is a great choice for low borders and patio containers. Produces shamrock-shaped foliage ranging in color from deep burgundy to bright green with dainty flowers.
About this Variety
Our Oxalis kit comes with everything you need to grow this exotic plant: 6 oxalis bulbs, a 5x7" antiqued-copper-like, metal planter, a 5" nursery pot, planting medium and growing instructions. Bulbs are essentially storage mechanisms and already contain everything needed to produce flowers. All you will need to do is water.
- Clover shaped leaves
- Easy to grow
- Grows well in containers, garden beds and borders
- Can be grown indoors or outdoors
- Great for hanging baskets
Full Sun to Partial Shade
Grows 6-12" tall
Plant 10-15" apart, 1-2" deep
Grow as Perennial in zones 7-8. Grow as Annual elsewhere.
Indoor Planting: Expand the soil disc, following the directions. Fill the nursery pot with 4/5 of the medium. Distribute the bulbs evenly on top of soil and cover with the remaining soil. Water well. Maintain moisture by not letting the pot dry out. After Care: After a period of active growth, the plant should be allowed to rest or go dormant. The first sign that a plant is entering dormancy is leaf die-back. If this begins to occur, stop watering and fertilizing the plant. Leaves can then be cut back or allowed to die-back on their own. The plant should be moved to a cool, dark place for one to three months, after which new foliage will start emerging from the soil. When this occurs, move the plant to a full sun location and restart the process all over again by watering and fertilizing.
Refrigerate plants until ready to plant.