Botanical Name: Oxalis montana
Height: Very, low.
Season of bloom: Summer.
Growing Conditions: Shade. Cool, constantly moist soil.
From Ottawa Valley or eastern Ontario sources: Yes.
Remarks: Totally charming! More common in the Maritimes. I have seen it growing in open sunny glades on Digby Neck, where it was kept cool and moist by Atlantic breezes. In Ontario, it thrives in cool shade.
Similar species: Not at all similar, but a good companion plant: Creeping Snowberry.
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