Creeping Lady’s-Sorrel, Agrito, Jocoyote
Oxalis corniculata L.
Creeping Oxalis attributes it’s name from it’s creeping stem. It can be found growing in various soils of the South Texas Plains and the Edwards Plateau. It is common in lawns, gardens, and near greenhouses and is usually considered a nuisance plant. The leaves have three inverted heart-shaped leaflets, which are sometimes tinged with purple. The pale-yellow flowers are about 1/4 inch in diameter and usually bloom between April and November.
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