this all over my mothers yard What is it called

There are large clumps of this all over my mothers yard. What is it called?

45 Comments

  1. Asitbaran Samanta says:

    Vinca- Nayantara in Bengali

  2. Sarah Fulgueras says:

    Morata Beautiful flowers

  3. Allison Babbage says:

    Oxalis,nice do’er

  4. Vivienne Osguthorpe says:

    It’s pretty but it spreads like crazy. I moved into this house 16 years ago and I’m still getting this coming up in places. In future I’d only have it in pots.

  5. Barbara Loffredi says:

    Very pretty

  6. Tere Gustafson says:

    Common clover

  7. Sophie Harrington says:

    It’s gorgeous

  8. Emanuela Busuttil says:

    Oxalis, I have, I’am from ??

  9. Barbara Dyke says:

    It’s definitely not shamrock, I have lots of ot in my garden it’s called oxalis. Flowers till the first frost.

  10. It spreads ,but looks very pretty.?

  11. Marlena Hawkins says:

    this is called thrift,,definitely not oxalis

  12. Jennifer Dickerson says:

    As a kid we called it sour grass.

  13. Athiya Afshan says:

    Is this edible ?

  14. Beatrice Harper says:

    No its shamrock ☘️

  15. Lyn Beveridge says:

    Oxalis, it is pretty but does sometimes take over!

  16. Beatrice Harper says:

    I have it in my garden I went to garden center and they said shamrock

  17. Charmaine Malette says:

    It like shamrock by the shape of the leaf

  18. Sandra Denton says:

    Yes shamrock l have it in my garden xxx

  19. Patricia Belley says:

    Very pretty! Will try to find some here in Quebec Canada.

  20. Christine Leadbetter says:

    It is very pretty – I have lots in my garden , in the ground and in pots. Does spread but I share it with family if it gets too much!

  21. Sharon Williams says:

    It is very beautiful thats all i know. Would love some in my garden even if its a wild thing

  22. Betty Davis says:

    Steen I have it everywhere in my my yard!! I love it but it does spread like crazy!! It does die back in the summer!!

  23. Gillian Jones says:

    i have it too and was told its shamrock but might a variety of it but love it very pretty

  24. Debbie Brown says:

    Oxilias but do tend to get the rust

  25. Sheila Browne says:

    I remember my mam calling it 4 O clock the flowers close at that time in evening very old beautiful plant

  26. English shamrock we call iy

  27. Karen Dunbar says:

    Oxalis brasiliensis

  28. Lyn Beveridge says:

    Oxalis and Shamrock are one and the same. There are many variations but they are the two different names given to the same plant!!??

  29. Sally Lippert says:

    Oxalis….love that plant! 4 o’clocks have a different leaf…another old fashioned good plant.

  30. Brenda Baird says:

    Some folk call Oxallis a weed but it is beautiful; both the pink and the yellow ones. Use a magnifying glass to gaze into the centre of a single bloom. Also… Our Bees love it.

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