Pale Pink-sorrel

Oxalis incarnata

Description:
Pale Pink-sorrel
Image © A Woods 2004
Facts:

This South African native was first introduced to the UK by 1739 but first recorded in the wild in 1912. Now a relatively common weed in the UK found in gardens, greenhouses, hedgerows and in cracks in walls and paving. It is commonest in the South West, photograph was taken in Oxfordshire

Introduced:

1912
Origin:
South Africa
Location:
Scattered across Britain but commonest in the South West
Status:
Stable
Problems:
Comments:
None known