Yellow Wood-Sorrel (Oxalis stricta)Yellow Wood-Sorrel (Oxalis stricta)
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Yellow Wood-Sorrel (Oxalis stricta) - 01

Yellow Wood-Sorrel (Oxalis stricta) - 01
(Yellow Wood-Sorrel (Oxalis stricta) - 01) There are about 30 species of wood-sorrel in the United States of which the yellow wood-sorrel is the most common.  The yellow wood-sorrel blooms from May through October.  This photo was taken in early May just before the flowers of the yellow wood-sorrel had opened.  The yellow wood-sorrel is a low ground cover, as can be seen by comparing it with the blades of grass growing in its midst.
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