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I have no clue where it came from, I believe it was just in the dirt that we shoveled into the planter, it didn't look like a weed so we let it grow.

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Its leaves look like the leaves of a lupin, but the flower is completely different. All the stems of the flowers and leaf stalks come out of the same bunch in the dirt. The flowers open up in the morning and when it is hot, but they close by the end of the day or when it's rainy and cold.

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small pink/white flower




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Matsikay
Matsikay
June 18, 2015
You say the leaves look like Lupin....and if that is what I"m seeing in the photo - then it isn't Oxalis. Oxalis has clover-like petals, not lupin-like. Did you plant anything in this bucket? Could I be seeing an actual Lupine plant?
gardengeek
gardengeek
August 04, 2014
Could be:

Oxalis lasiandra

Oxalis magnifica
gardengeek
gardengeek
August 04, 2014
The flower looks like Oxalis. Most oxalis has 3 leaflets, not 5. Maybe it's a cultivar like Oxalis corymbosa

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