Irish wildflowers





Procubent Yellow-sorrel
Oxalis corniculata
Seamsóg bhuí
Family: Oxalidaceae

Flowering: May-October. Perennial. Introduced. Garden escape.

Small yellow flowers, 1-7 in umbels. Hairy seed capsules. Alternate tri-foliate leaves, long-stalked. Creeping, more/less hairy plant, rooting at stem nodes.

Common greenhouse or garden weed. Also found on wasteground, roadsides, pavement cracks.

Similar: Purple-leaved Yellow-sorrel, O. corniculata var. atropurpurea.
Yellow flowers, purple-green leaves.





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