Pretty pink flower with clover like leaves

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Date Photo Taken: April 20, 2010
Location: Stone Mountain, GA
Posted By: helenkaye5


I see these pretty flowers every year and they are numerous in the spring but completely disappear in the middle of the summer. Once the weather cools again they are back. They may be just some kind of weed but don’t seem to be too invasive. They look particulary attractive growing around the liriope. They appear to grow from little corms or bulbs.


  1. Southern Garden Coach Flower Fanatic says:

    You have Shamrock (or Oxalis). It’s hard to tell which species from the photo, but if it isn’t out of control by now it’s probably not one of the invasive species.

    February 20th, 2011 at 10:45 pm

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