Bermuda Buttercup

Oxalis pes-caprae

Description:
Bermuda Buttercup
Facts:

Since its introduction to the UK in the first half of this century this plant has become a real problem in bulbfields where it can prove very difficult to eradicate. It is now found throughout most of the temperate world so it is not just a UK problem.

Introduced:

1930s
Origin:
South Africa
Location:
Devon and Channel Isles and Scillies.
Status:
Locally common
Problems:
Comments:
Invasive species in bulbfields