Oxalis

Oxalis s is by far the largest genus in the wood-sorrel family Oxalidaceae: of the approximately 900 known species in the Oxalidaceae, 800 belong here. The genus occurs throughout most of the world, except for the polar areas; species diversity is particularly rich in tropical Brazil, Mexico and South Africa. Many of the species are known as wood ...
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Oxalis

• (n.) A genus of plants, mostly herbs, with acid-tasting trifoliolate or multifoliolate leaves; -- called also wood sorrel.
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Oxalis

(Bermuda Buttercup, Firefern, Wood Sorrel) These are hardy and tender plants that are mostly found wild in south Africa and tropical and subtropical America, but can be found in many parts of the world, including North America. Several hardy kinds are gorgeous for the rock garden, a few are showy enough for flower borders and many are great for win...
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oxalis

sorrel 2 wood sorrel noun any plant or flower of the genus Oxalis
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Oxalis

Ox'a·lis noun [ Latin , a kind of sorrel, Greek ........., from ............ sharp, pungent, acid.] (Botany) A genus of plants, mostly herbs, with acid-tasting trifoliolate or multifoliolate leaves; -- called also wood sorrel .
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Oxalis

genus of small herbaceous plants, in the family Oxalidaceae, comprising about 850 species, native primarily to southern Africa and tropical and ...
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oxalis

oxalis (ok'sulis) or wood sorrel,any species of the plant genus Oxalis. Most of the cultivated kinds are tropical herbs used as window plants. The leaves are usually cloverlike and respond to darkness with “sleep” movements by folding back their leaflets. Several species grow wild in...
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Oxalis

Oxalis is a genus of herbaceous plants belonging to the family Geraniaceae. They all have fleshy rhizomes, and bear regular flowers, red, white or yellow in colour, each with five sepals and five petals. The genus includes wood-sorrel (Oxalis acetosella).
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oxalis

[n] - any plant or flower of the genus Oxalis
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