Not flowering but the distinctive leaf shape is unique on shallow limestone soils in the Texas Hill Country.
Sprawling along ground beneath native trees and shrubs. Very common around Auckland.
The Oxalidaceae, or wood sorrel family, are a small family of eight genera of herbaceous plants, shrubs and small trees, with the great majority of the 900 species in the genus Oxalis (wood sorrels). Members of this family typically have divided leaves, the leaflets showing "sleep movements", spreading open in light and closing in darkness.