7000 Oxalis adenodes ----- 3 for $ 6.00
Very large brilliant white flowers. Leaflets are pointed.
7001 Oxalis attaquana -- Each: $ 4.50
NEW -- A delightful species with pale pink flowers and unusual leaves, each leaflet looking
like an old-fashioned battle axe.
7005 Oxalis ambigua ----- Not available this year
As the hairy leaves emerge, they look like little cabbages. Flowers are white
7007 Oxalis annae ----- 3 for $ 6.00
Neat yellow flowers on short stems, the petals backed with
ruby. Leaves are narrow and hairy. Extremely floriferous, when in
bloom the flowers are so numerous they completely hide the foliage.
7010 Oxalis bifurca ----Each: $ 3.50
Each leaflet is deeply divided, forming a "Y." Flowers are
deep pink. Multiplies very slowly.
7015 Oxalis bowiei ----- 3 for $ 6.00
Very large bright green leaves and umbels of deep pink flowers. Grows
well into summer if kept watered.
7012 Oxalis burkei -- Each: $ 4.50
NEW -- A lovely little species, with dainty lacy foliage and large lavender flowers.
7030 Oxalis callosa ---- Each: $ 3.50
One of the most desirable Oxalis, with fragrant flowers that are purple with a deep
crimson band in the throat. Narrow leaves.
7032 Oxalis cathara -- Each: $ 4.50
A very rare species with large white scented flowers
that stay open on dull days. Leaves are feathery grey.
7031 Oxalis caprina -- 3 for $ 6.00
Lilac flowers and clover-like leaves. Blooms into the
7034 Oxalis clavifolia -- Each: $5.00
Bright yellow flowers on tall 12" (30cm) stems. The leaves are slightly sticky and very hairy.
7035 Oxalis ciliaris ---- Each: $ 6.00
The tiny leaves are clustered at the end of a wiry stem that holds
the rose pink flowers. .
7040 Oxalis commutata ----- 3 for $ 6.00
Tiny succulent leaves and lavender-pink flowers with a strong scent like talcum powder.
Starts blooming in September before the leaves appear, and blooms
best when the bulbs are crowded in their container. Zone 8-10.
7053 Oxalis comosa ----- Not available this year
There have been some forms of O. obtusa in circulation that have been
incorrectly named O. comosa. This is the true species, that grows
like a little tree decked with lavender flowers that are sweetly scented.
7060 Oxalis compressa ----- 3 for $ 6.00 Not avaiilable this year
The green leaflets have red markings at the base, and the bright yellow
flowers are produced in an umbel.
7061 Oxalis compressa - 'Pom-Pom' -- Each: $ 3.50
A rare double form of the pretty yellow O. compressa. Each cluster of perfect double flowers
makes a rounded pom-pom. There are very few double Oxalis, this is one of the best.
7070 Oxalis convexula ----- 3 for $ 7.50
Tight mounds of tiny succulent leaves with large salmon-pink flowers in
mid winter. Forms bulbils in the crown, and can self-sow. Zone 9-10.
7071 Oxalis densa -- Each: $ 4.50
This lovely little species forms a compact mound of hairy
leaves with masses of white flowers striped purple on the petal
underside. FEW AVAILABLE
7072 Oxalis depressa -- Each: $ 5.50
A very variable species, this lovely form has glowing pink flowers with a satin sheen.
7085 Oxalis ecklonii var sonterii (see O. purpurea Lavender)
7086 Oxalis exserta -- Each: $ 6.00
NEW -- The leaves and flowers are held atop a slender stem like a little bouquet. Flowers are
7090 Oxalis engleriana ---- 3 for $ 7.50
The leaves have seven narrow silvery leaflets, and the flowers are
bright violet with a magenta eye-ring.
7100 Oxalis fabaefolia ----- 3 for $ 6.00
The two long narrow leaflets give this Oxalis its common name "Rabbit's Ears."
Large yellow flowers.
7105 Oxalis flabellifolia -- Each: $ 5.50
NEW -- A beautiful Oxalis in the Flava group that grows from a rosette of thready leaves.
Flowers are bright yellow striped red on the outside.
7110 Oxalis fergusoniae --- Each: $ 4.00
Delicate pink flowers with small succulent leaves.
Occasionally forms crown bulblets.
7120 Oxalis flava ----- 3 for $ 6.00
The leaves are shaped like tiny palm fronds and the huge brilliant yellow flowers
appear in mid-winter.
7130 Oxalis flava - Lavender Form (syn. O. lupinifolia) ---- Each: 3.50
Beautiful greyish leaves with very wide leaflets, resembling somewhat
the leaf of a lupine. Pale lavender flowers.
7132 Oxalis flava - Pink Form ---- Each: $3.50
The handsome broad grey-blue leaflets are arranged like an
Elizabethan ruff. Flowers are a very pale pink. Slow to increase.
7140 Oxalis flava var. pectinaria ---- 3 for $ 6.00
The long narrow leaflets are arranged like a fan. Flowers are yellow.
7141 Oxalis flaviuscula -- Each: $ 6.00
NEW -- Related to O. flava, and with similar flowers, the leaflets are very
narrow and thread like.
7142 Oxalis flaviuscula v. longifolia -- Each: $ 6.00
NEW -- The subspecies has much larger leaves, with the base of the
petioles deep red.
7145 Oxalis fragrans ---- 3 for $ 7.50
The dainty lavender flowers stay open into the evening and have
a strong freesia-like scent.
7143 Oxalis foveolata ----- Each: $ 4.50
The thick leathery leaves are heavily veined. Flowers are cream,
delicately veined all over with pink. Outstanding.
Oxalis A - F
of the World
Oxalis is an enormous genus, with the majority coming from South America and South Africa. Only a few
South American species are included in this list, and are noted as such. Oxalis are wonderful "collector's items"
-- you know you have been bitten by the bug when, upon seeing their dazzling jewel-like flowers and different
leaf forms, you experience an irrepressible urge to possess more! The South African species are largely
winter-growers, brightening the dreary months with their exuberant flowers, then go dormant in summer. They
are best appreciated as container plants, and need sun to open their flowers. SHIPS JUNE-SEPTEMBER
For several postings on Oxalis, see our blog: www.thebulbmaven.typepad.com.
Go to South African Bulbs - Oxalis For a slide show: https://youtu.be/TW4cRJNxwrk