Oxalis is underappreciated. It makes an amazing ground cover, lawn replacement, and edible herb. It can fill a shady spot with color, or thrive in full sun. Or even amp up a dish with a citrusy crunch. There are lots of good options, but this guide helps you narrow it down to 13 of the most fantastic ones. Read more now.
Growing multipurpose oxalis plants is utterly effortless. This guide discusses some of the most exemplary species, their many uses, and how to make them thrive in your garden. Underappreciated oxalis can be a carefree lawn replacement, a nutritious veggie, a humble garden filler, or all three! Read more now.
Shamrock plants are types of Oxalis or sorrel that resemble ground clover. There are numerous species with green, purple, or variegated foliage and pink, red, white, or yellow flowers. Some are easy-care houseplants that thrive in bright, indirect sunlight with little maintenance. Read on to learn how to grow your own.