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Violet Woodsorrel

Oxalis violacea

Description:

Small, delicate plant. It has three part heart-shaped leaves on long stems. Light purplish-pink colored, five petaled flowers grow atop an erect stem and are produced in small groups. This wildflower is native to North America.

Habitat:

Temperate forest. Pocahontas State Park, Virginia.

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ForestDragon
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ForestDragon

Virginia, USA

Spotted on May 1, 2015
Submitted on Jun 15, 2015

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