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Iron Cross Oxalis Tetraphylla (Good Luck Plant)
Iron Cross Oxalis Tetraphylla (Good Luck Plant)

Iron Cross Oxalis Tetraphylla (Good Luck Plant)

$10.99

Oxalis Tetraphylla 'Iron Cross' is a bulbous herbaceous non invasive perennial plant from Mexico. They have pink, green foliage with reddish-brown markings, clover and naturalize easily. Oxalis Iron Cross, also called Four Leaf Clover, are unique plants. They produce clusters of rosy pink blossoms during the summer, but also the foliage has a unique solid purple imprint in the middle of the four heart shaped leaves. Looks great in containers, windowboxes or borders.

Growth Habit:

Oxalis bloom from June until the first frost with small pink flowers.

Care:

Light: Thrives in bright indirect to bright direct light. Water: Water every 1-2 weeks, when the top 2 centimeters (1 inch) of soil becomes dry. Temperature: Best not to let it go below 60°F (15°C). Fertilize: Once a month during the growing season using a slow-release blend.
Pruning: Pinch off any dead foliage. Propagation: You can get your oxalis to reproduce once a year by propagation - separation of the rhizomes.  Dormant season: Winter

Toxicity:

Toxic to dogs, toxic to cats, toxic to horses. Deer resistant.

Oxalis Tetraphylla 'Iron Cross' is a bulbous herbaceous non invasive perennial plant from Mexico. They have pink, green foliage with reddish-brown markings, clover and naturalize easily. Oxalis Iron Cross, also called Four Leaf Clover, are unique plants. They produce clusters of rosy pink blossoms during the summer, but also the foliage has a unique solid purple imprint in the middle of the four heart shaped leaves. Looks great in containers, windowboxes or borders.

Oxalis bloom from June until the first frost with small pink flowers.

Light: Thrives in bright indirect to bright direct light. Water: Water every 1-2 weeks, when the top 2 centimeters (1 inch) of soil becomes dry. Temperature: Best not to let it go below 60°F (15°C). Fertilize: Once a month during the growing season using a slow-release blend.
Pruning: Pinch off any dead foliage. Propagation: You can get your oxalis to reproduce once a year by propagation - separation of the rhizomes.  Dormant season: Winter

Toxic to dogs, toxic to cats, toxic to horses. Deer resistant.