|Oxalis stricta||Wood Sorrel Family||Oxalidaceae|
|May - June||common|
Description: From 4 to 8 inches tall. Leaves are heart shaped leaflets , clover like arrangment of 3 typical Oxalis; The often fold up along a center crease. This species is known for its sharp angle erect seed pods and there bent stalks. Flowers have 5 flaring petals, sometimes redish at base.
Location: Dry soil, roadsides.
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