Wood Sorrel

Oxalis acetosella

One of the most graceful and charming of our native plants. It abounds in moist, shady woods. A favourite position for it is the rotten centre of some old beech stump from which it will spread in a loose cluster, or growing on the ground, often in great abundance.

Flowering April and May

The Observer’s Book of Wild Flowers, compiled by W. J. Stokoe (1957)

Published by Suzy Shipman

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