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Re: clover

The Oxalis clover grows from a bulb.  It only grows here during the  cooler 
months, then disapears.  There are a number of different ones,  different 
shapes, sizes, bloom colors.  One of my all time favorite,  although not a "weed" 
is the purple Oxalis....that particular one does stick  around all year long, 
and isn't nearly as prolific, but does clump nicely.
zone 9
Texas Gulf Coast
In a message dated 5/19/2008 6:47:32 PM Central Daylight Time,  
judylee@lewiston.com writes:

sounds  like the red clover we have here, but it is with us all  summer


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