Found these stunning clover-like beauties in the piney woodlands of Lake Houston, growing wild. Don’t know if that qualifies them as a wild flower but research revealed the following info on these beauties:
OXALIS Crassipes Rosea : Strawberry Oxalis, Wood Sorrel
Short 10" . Prolific grower and bloomer with rose-pink flowers and clover-like leaves. Leaves will fold close at night and reopen with morning’s light.
uties: Blooms Spring and Fall.
Native probably from South America
Grow in Zones 7 – 9