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I have been trying to find out what plant this is. It is edible (hasn’t killed me yet, lol) and sour.  It’s bulb is round/oval and spreads like a weed. Every year, it dies when the temps exceed 100+ but resprouts every spring. 

 

It highlights the aloe and irises. :happy0203:

 

Any ideas?

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Woo-hoo.

 

Just be careful eating too much of it. I thought I recognized the word "Oxalis" so I googled it.  I remembered it is in spinach. When D-ex got a bad case of kidney stones the doctor told him to lay off the spinach. It can also mess with calcium and I remember you talking about osteoporosis.   :hug3:

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On 3/15/2018 at 8:29 AM, Annarchy said:

I have been trying to find out what plant this is. It is edible (hasn’t killed me yet, lol) and sour.  It’s bulb is round/oval and spreads like a weed. Every year, it dies when the temps exceed 100+ but resprouts every spring. 

 

It highlights the aloe and irises. :happy0203:

 

Any ideas?

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I first thought is was Sorrel...guess I was wrong?

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Nah, not sorrel. 

 

It looks like a clover, and it was close to St. Patrick’s Day.  No such luck. I spent several hours looking for the answer, before I finally found it. 

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