Oxalis Triangularis (Purple Shamrock)
Stunning Shamrock plants, named after the purple verigated trinagular leaves. During warmer months these beauties sprout sprays of small pink or white leaves. The triangular leaves also perform a party trick, folding up at night and opening in the day.
They can survive in light shade, allow the top of the compost to dry out between watering. In winter the plants will become dormant and the foliage will start to die off. Refrain from watering for 4 - 6 weeks, after this time you will see new growth appear.
Nursery pot size 12
(Pot and hanger sold separately)