A reliable herbaceous woodsy plant which provides a profusion of flowers in early summer. The leaves are the first to emerge in mid spring, these are much divided and green in colour with a slight silver inlay. The flowers are borne after the first leaves have opened, these are a nice pale pink in colour. The flowers have more petals than the typical single Oxalis but they are not full doubles. Please be aware that the fullness of the flower may not appear until the plant has been established for a year or possibly two!
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