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)

By Suzy Shipman

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