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Common Wood Sorrel

Oxalis acetosella

Description:

White flowers with thin pink bands inside the petal, around 10-15 cm high.

Habitat:

Mixed protected forest.

Notes:

Both the green leaves and the flowers are edible and is a good source for vitamin C, however, it contains small amounts of oxalic acid and should not be ingested regularly.

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Gaia80
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Vestfold, Norway

Lat: 59.11, Long: 10.38

Spotted on May 1, 2017
Submitted on May 30, 2017

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