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Yellow Wood Sorrel

Oxalis europea


lives in sandy soil. Grows well in shade, leaves fold up in full sun. Can be used as a salad green and is rich in vitamin C. Cant wait to try some!

1 Comment

CynthiaMHori 8 years ago

Thanks for the id- I knew it probably wasn"t clover but had no idea what it was. I just read that it is edible. Have you ever tried it?

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Michigan, USA

Lat: 44.64, Long: -85.77

Spotted on Jun 30, 2011
Submitted on Jun 30, 2011

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