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Oxalis oregana - Redwood Sorrel

Botanic Name

Oxalis oregana

Common Name

Redwood Sorrel


H: 1' W: 2'


Occ. H20/Moist




Part Shade, Shade

Deer resistant

Deer resistant


Good w/ oaks

Good w/ oaks

Attribute detail


This shade-loving, low-growing perennial is native to Redwood and Douglas Fir forests from Monterey County to Washington. It is a delicately textured groundcover, whose pink to white flowers add to its beauty from April to September. Despite its delicate look, it is easily grown in a variety of soils, and given some summer water it will slowly spread itself about the garden, usually around a foot per year.

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1 gal


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