Oxalis Triangularis are often referred to as “purple shamrocks.” Oxalis triangularis are highly “photophilic,” which means that they open and close not just their blooms, but also their leaves in response to light. At night, neatly folded, oxalis triangularis looks like a cluster of little purple butterflies that then open wide to the morning light.
Styled in TILLE ceramic pot & saucer.
*Plants in the photo are for illustration purposes only.
Oxalis Triangularis (Butterfly) in TILLE ceramic Pot (16cm)
Bright light, no direct sun.
Water when soil is nearly dry. Don't let the soil dry out entirely.