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Oregon Wood Sorrel
(Redwood Sorrel)

Oxalis oregana



First Noted by Expedition
March 15, 1806, at Fort Clatsop, Oregon.
 

Description
A low plant in patches, with three heart-shaped leaflets on each leaf and one funnel-shaped, white or rose-pink flower at the end of each stalk; leaf and flower stalks both about the same length and attached to the plant at ground level. Flowers 0.5-0.8 in (1.3-2 cm) wide. Height: 2-7 in (5-17.5 cm).
 

Habitat
Forest shade.
 

Range
Coastal central California to Washington; east to the eastern side of the Cascade Mountains.
 

Note
Species information from enature.com
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