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Family: OXALIDACEAE 

 Oxalis adenophylla
 
 
Author:   Claude-Casimir Gillies, 1832
Family:  Oxalidaceae
Origin:  Chilli and Argentina
Soil:  Mix
Water:  Medium
Sun:  Medium-Maximum
Thickness:  5 centimetres
Height:  10 centimetres
Flower:  Pink
Propagate:  Seeds/Tubers
Names:  Chilean Wood Sorrel, Silver Shamrock, Pink Carpet Oxalis, Pink Buttercups, Pink Sauerklee, Sandoxalis
Synonyms:  Acetosella adenophylla, Kuntze, 1891. Acetosella bustillosii, Kuntze, 1891. Oxalis bustillosii Phil. 1856. 
  This member of the Oxalidaceae family was described by Claude-Casimir Gillies in 1832. It is found up in the mountains of Chilli and Argentina, growing in well-drained soil with some water and some to full sun. The caudex will get 5 centimetres in diameter, the leaves reaches for 10 centimetres. The flowers are pink, and it can be reproduced both by seeds and dividing the tuber-like caudex. 

The genera name means 'sharp, pungent', as to leaf taste. The species name means 'bearing glands upon the leaves'.

Also seen in IPNI as Geraniaceae