Oxalis Iron Cross (Oxalis tetraphylla) bulb 4/5 - Good luck plant, lucky four leaved clover, shamrock | Perennial flowering houseplant
Oxalis Iron Cross
Oxalis Iron Cross
Oxalis Iron Cross
Oxalis Iron Cross
Oxalis Iron Cross
Oxalis Iron Cross
Oxalis Iron Cross
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Oxalis Iron Cross

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Oxalis Tetraphylla 'Iron Cross' is a bulbous herbaceous perennial plant from Mexico, named after a popular cultivar. It is also known as lucky clover, and in a wild or feral state as four-leaf sorrel or, less ambiguously, four-leaved pink sorrel.

They have pink, green foliage with reddish-brown markings. They naturalize easily.

💐 DETAILS
• Bulb size: 5+ cm
• Planting time: Plant in partial sun in Autumn
• Planting depth: 5 cm
• Spacing between bulbs: 12 cm
• Growth habit: Creeping, bulbous perennial
• Hardiness: Not hardy (Zones 7-9) Frost tender, best suited for greenhouses or indoors in cooler climes.
• Height at maturity: 15-25 cm
• Flowering: June until the first frost
• Flower color: Hot pink

✔️ Suited for:
• Patio plants
• Windowboxes
• Houseplants


Please note that this order only includes the bulb, not a full plant.

🔗 See all of our oxalis bulbs here: https://terracegardenfrance.com/collections/oxalis

👩‍🌾 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. Make sure your pot has drainage holes. Expect to water more often in brighter light and less often in lower light.
• Humidity: Any humidity level will do. Normal room humidity is fine.
• 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
 
🔗 Find our detailed care guide here: https://terracegardenfrance.com/blogs/caring-for-your-plants/how-to-grow-oxalis-iron-cross