Plant the bulbs of Oxalis Fabaefolia outdoors in late summer for blooms all autumn long. Unlike the typical "shamrock-shaped" oxalis, this South African charmer carries its slender, 3-inch long leaves upright, looking very much like the rabbit ears that give it the common name. Lemon yellow blooms are held above the foliage. This oxalis remains lush and green throughout the winter in zones 8B-10. In colder climates, these can be grown indoors like Regnelli and Triangularis. Truly a sparkling jewel in the Fall garden.
1 - 1 1/2"
Light to moderate during active growth
Full sun to light shade
Filtered sun, partial shade to full shade in hottest areasHardiness:
Zones 8b-10 outdoors, anywhere indoorsHeight:
Lemon yellow blooms above slender, upright green foliageBloom Season:
Fall, prompted by autumn rainsBulb/Plant Size:
10 robust bulbs