Oxalis spiralis 'Aurea'

Description

Introducing the stunning Oxalis spiralis 'Aurea' - a plant that will add a touch of golden beauty to any indoor or outdoor space.

This particular variety of Oxalis Spiralis is known for its vibrant, golden-yellow leaves that resemble the shape of a three-leaf clover. The leaves have a delicate, lacy texture that adds a touch of elegance and grace to any plant collection.

Not only is this plant visually stunning, but it is also easy to care for. It thrives in well-draining soil and prefers bright, indirect sunlight. Water it regularly but be sure not to overwater it, as it can lead to root rot.

Oxalis spiralis 'Aurea' is a versatile plant that can be displayed in a variety of ways. It makes for an excellent tabletop or windowsill plant, as well as a beautiful addition to a hanging basket or a trailing plant in a planter.

If you're looking to add a unique and stunning plant to your collection, Oxalis spiralis 'Aurea' is the perfect choice. Its golden-yellow leaves are sure to add a touch of warmth and sunshine to any space, and its easy-to-care-for nature makes it perfect for both beginners and experienced plant enthusiasts alike.

Ed's Plant Profile

  • Scientific Name: Oxalis Triangularis
  • Common Name:¬†Oxalis spiralis 'Aurea'
  • Family:¬†Oxalidaceae¬†
  • Native Range:¬†South America

Ed's Care Guide

  • Light: Prefers bright indirect light, tolerates partial shade¬†
  • Water:¬†Water once the top inch of soil is dry, water less in winter as they go dormant¬†
  • Soil: Use a well draining potting mix
  • Humidity:¬†Standard¬†room humidity¬†
  • Temperature: 60-80F
  • Pruning:¬†Prune as needed to remove brown or dead leaves and control growth.
  • Feeding:¬†¬†Apply a balanced liquid houseplant fertilizer biweekly as needed and reduce frequency in winter.
  • Propagation:¬†Division
  • Growth:¬†Compact - Can grow to be about 6-8" tall and 2' wide.
  • Pests:¬†Few pest problems but look out for aphids. Place outside to attract butterflies!
  • Toxicity:¬†Edible for humans, the leaves have an acidic taste¬†
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