A customer favorite! We love this perennial for its cheery pink blooms that hover over lime green shamrock leaves. It's one of the longest blooming perennials for the shade and it will really light up those darker areas of the garden. A staple of southern cottage gardens for many years and it blooms its pretty little head off from the last frosts of Spring to the first freezes of Winter. It even holds up well during the dog days of August. And it's not invasive like many Oxalis species. Excellent in containers, rock gardens, or as an edging. Deer-resistant.
Not fussy about soil, very easy to grow. Morning sun and afternoon shade is ideal. Will grow in full shade, but plants will be sparser.