Galapagos Sorrel. This interesting succulent Oxalis has yellow flowers and very fleshy, clover-shaped leaves. The most intriguing characteristic is its long, dark brown stem that gets longer as the plant grows and twists and sprawls along the ground. It can be trained to develop a gnarled caudex with multiple trunks or and unusual bonsai. This Oxalis tends to spread seed around. A wonderful addition to any succulent collection.
(Oxalidaceae) Formerly sold as Oxalis carnosa.
Light: Full sun, part shade. Will get more leggy with less sun.
Water: Moderate. Less water in winter.
Soil: Very well-drained.
Hardiness: Zone 11.
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