This late summer flowering oxalis is sure to make an impact in any garden. The striking swirled blooms, etched in raspberry, might be small but pack a mighty punch. Perfect for rock gardens, borders or pots
…masses of colour throughout summer. Please note: Varieties may differ to those illustrated. Collection comprises: Anemone coronaria 'De Caen', Oxalis tetraphylla, Puschkinia, Allium ostrowskianum, Tulipa tarda, Allium moly, Ipheion uniflorum, Freesia 'Single'
Also known as the New Zealand Yam, this unusual member of the Oxalis family has long been grown in the Andes for its nutritionally rich tubers with a tangy lemon flavour that becomes nuttier once cooked. The red skinned tubers have a crisp pale orange or creamy coloured flesh that can be eaten raw in…
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