False Shamrock Plant Diseases?

Answer The false shamrock (Oxalis regnellii) is an edible perennial plant. Native to Brazil, it is a type of wood sorrel that is also grown as a houseplant and is a popular St. Patrick's Day gift due to i... Read More »

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How do i care for a shamrock plant?

Set your shamrock plant in a sunny window. Do not let the foliage touch the glass or the foliage will burn. While blooming, shamrock plants thrive in temperatures that do not exceed 75 degrees Fahr... Read More »

How do i repot a shamrock plant?

Carefully remove the plant from its current pot. You may need to thump on the sides of the pot to free the soil. While the plant is out, gently loosen the root ball to encourage growth. Place the s... Read More »

How do I care for my shamrock plant?

CarePlace your shamrock plant in a location where it will get bright, but not direct, sunlight. Keep the soil moist, taking care not to over water, as that could damage the roots. If the leaves sta... Read More »

Shamrock Plant Information?

When most people think of shamrocks, they picture Oxalis acetosella, the type of shamrocks sold through florist shops and grocery stores. They are under 10 inches tall and are sensitive to frost. B... Read More »