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Saturday, March 17, 2012

Green Oxalis leaves

Green is emphasized on this day of the year:

Oxalis leaves with purple spots

These are leaves of Oxalis, a common plant -- Oxalis, the genus name, is also often used as the common name. It is not especially closely related to clovers or shamrocks. These plants grow in our flower garden, but this photo was taken in Southern California.

In 2005, I posted a series on the colors. Here's the post, in that series, on green.

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