If you’ve never tried the tiniest bulbs ever – ornamental oxalis, also called wood sorrel – you’re in for a treat with these cool-weather flowering plants of small white flowers carpeting your garden in ground-cover fashion.
Easy to grow and multiplies like mad, ornamental oxalis will become one of your favorites. Blooms winter until late spring.
Plant a small handful of these bulbs along your paths, poke them between the stones in your outdoor steps, allow a few of the bulbs to poke out from under taller perennials and herbs.
Ships in a seed-like packet. 10 to 15 tiny bulbs ready for planting with instructions. Plant now in zones 8-10. Wait until thaw elsewhere.
What can I say? I’m a California girl who began digging in the dirt when I was a wee 17 years-old. I still dig plants and veggies and flowers of all sorts and have spent the last 20 years as a full-time journalist gabbing about these subjects (oh yeah, and reporting news.)
Lately I’ve got the entrepreneur bug creating sassy Hose Clothes on the kitchen table and crafting other garden products such as plant tonics, aprons and other garden wares that you won’t find in other stores.