Jaak Põder - Wood Sorrel

 

Wood sorrel has pretty tasty leaves if you like sour taste. And it looks nice when flowering. This flower has one trick though. Even though visible blossoms can be seen in May and June (at least in Estonia), wood sorrel keeps flowering until late autumn. After June the blossoms will stay in the moss and never open but they will produce proper seeds.


Location: Estonia

Tags: jaak poder, jänesekapsas, Oxalis acetosella, spider, wood sorrel



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