Wood Sorrel “Oxalis oregana”

Wood Sorrel “Oxalis oregana”.  Cascade Mts. to the Coast, 2-8″ tall ground cover on the forest floor, flowers white to pink.  Kids have always delighted in the sour leaves but oxalic acid in large amounts is toxic.  Photo: Lewis & Clark River near Seaside, OR.  3/17/2007

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