Try planting the candy cane oxalis plant if you are looking for a new form of spring flora. In the early spring garden, or even in containers, a sub-shrub, growing candy cane sorrel is a chance to add something fresh and special.
The plants of candy cane oxalis are botanically called Oxalis versicolor, indicating its color changes. The flowers of candy cane oxalis are red and white, and so is the name. The trumpet-shaped blooms occur in early spring, even on young plants. Even in late winter, gardeners in some areas can find blooms of the plant.
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How to care: The small bulbs of Oxalis Versicolor can remain in the same spot for years. Keep the soil rather dry in the early summer until the plant starts growing, it can then be watered more regularly. For a healthy growth, during the flowering period we recommend adding a fertilizer regularly when watering.