A relatively rare form of Oxalis, Ken Aslet is typically grown for the very showy leaves and funnel shaped flowers in early Summer and then again in Early Autumn. This variety though does in fact bear very bright yellow flowers that are eye pleasing and contrast well against the foliage. A short plant, just hovering around 6-8" it has been known to be a little less winter hardy than traditional Oxalis surviving down to a zone 8 (particularly with mulch).
1 - 1 1/2"
Light to moderate during active growth
Full sun to light shade
Oxalis Ken Aslet, Four Leaf Clover, Wood SorrellBotanical Name:
Oxalis melanosticta 'Ken Aslet'Exposure:
Full sun to light shadeHardiness:
Silvery/Green & lobed foliage matched with bright yellow flowers blooming in late Spring and early Autumn.Bloom Season:
Flowers in 10-12 weeks from plantingBulb/Plant Size:
top sized tuberNumber:
5 large tubers