Weed Wednesday: Oxalis Or Wood Sorrel
Happy Weed Wednesday! This week we want to talk about a weed that you could see multiple times throughout the growing season: Oxalis or Wood Sorrel.
This cool-season perennial weed grows best in moist soils and full sunlight but will tolerate shady areas. It begins to grow yellow flowers in spring and again in the fall. This weed can be hard to identify since it looks similar to clover.
Oxalis has heart-shaped leaves of three that can fold and hang down in the heat, intense sunlight, or at night. Once Oxalis has flowered it can heavily produce seeds in the spring and summer but can also continue producing seeds all season long. Maintaining a thick healthy lawn as well as a healthy pH level in the soil can significantly help create less space for this invasive weed to grow.
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