Creeping woodsorrel (Oxalis corniculata) is a low-growing weed with signature clover-shaped leaves and bright yellow flowers. This Florida native weed can be found in throughout the entire state, especially in natural areas. The Cherokee had many uses for this plant, including food and medicine.
- Scientific Name: Oxalis corniculata
- Common Name: Creeping woodsorrel
- Seasonality: Year-round
- Soil Type: Dry
- Toxicity: Non-toxic
- Plant Growth: Creeping, herbaceous perennial
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