My friend gave me these two Trifoliums months ago, and I have been growing them in my moss garden with few pill-bugs (the gardeners) and some moss that I like. To my surprise, the Trifoliums grow quite well on pure peat! The stems and leaves turn red when they get bright sun. In the photo they look green and slightly red because it hasn't been too sunny lately here. Their leaves close up at night and open again in the morning!
Carnivorous Plants lover, Mechatronic Systems Engineer BC, Canada
Post by Tarantulalover on May 16, 2016 16:07:17 GMT -5
I'll try to get a good pic of the flower tomorrow to narrow it down some more, but after looking at some pictures I do think your right ~Edit~ it turns out that species doesn't grow here in Newfoundland but Oxalis stricta does and it looks very similar to mine.
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