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Oxalis corniculata L.

Common names

Creeping Woodsorrel, hamd, hommaid, Oxalis repens

Extract from Wikipedia article

Oxalis corniculata, the creeping woodsorrel, also called procumbent yellow-sorrel or sleeping beauty, resembles the common yellow woodsorrel, Oxalis stricta. It is a somewhat delicate-appearing, low-growing, herbaceous plant in the family Oxalidaceae. It has a narrow, creeping stem that readily roots at the nodes. The trifoliate leaves are subdivided into three rounded leaflets and resemble a clover in shape. Some varieties have green leaves, while others, like Oxalis corniculata var. atropurpurea, have purple. The leaves have inconspicuous stipules at the base of each petiole.[+]

LinkCreeping woodsorrel (Oxalis corniculata) on a lawn near Al Bidda Park. Doha, Qatar, March 7, 2014
Location on mapsMajlis Al Taawon St, Doha, Qatar


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