Creeping Woodsorrel

Oxalis corniculata

non-native


Other Names:
Sleeping Beauty, Procumbent Yellow Sorrel, Creeping Oxalis


Creeping Woodsorrel is a non-native plant introduced from Europe. It is an invasive weed, and it has spread through much of the United States. It is not popular with farmers, because it contains compounds that can kill livestock who eat it.

Identification Tools

Illinois Wildflowers Go Botany Invasive Plant Atlas of the United States CABI

Ranges

North America Virginia

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