|Scientific Name||Oxalis debilis|
|Common Name||Pink wood sorrel|
|Info||Perennial plant native to South America but which is naturalized in Florida. Sometimes called ""false shamrock"" the leaves of O. debilis are trifoliate with heart-shaped leaflets. Flowers are pink with 5 petals. This plant reproduces through rhizomes or seeds and can sometimes be a nuisance in gardens or lawns.|
|Found By||Mark Lareau|
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