Give your oxalis light-loving plant plenty of sun and let it soak up all that bright, indirect sunshine. But don't forget to water – keep a schedule going for regular rehydration– especially in those beaming rays! Make sure the soil dries out about halfway before you give it some more H2O love. Invest in a Sustee moisture meter if you want plant insurance.
Is Oxalis triangularis an indoor plant?
Oxalis triangularis is the one most commonly cultivated as a houseplant. Oxalis are not only excellent houseplants because they come in a range of colours and sizes, but also because they are so prolific.
Should you cut back Oxalis?
Taking care of your stunning Oxalis triangularis, AKA the purple shamrock, is no chore! All you need to do is snip off any spent flower stalks at its base with some clean pruning shears -simple as that. Don't worry if it gets a bit droopy in the summer- this beauty might just be taking a brief siesta before blooming again soon.