Oxalis Triangularis - False Shamrock is a bulbous flowering plant, that is also known as wood sorrel or purple shamrock. With native to Brazil, this plant is widely grown as an ornamental indoor plant, that contains clumps of trifoliate leaves, which has a distinct feature too. They open wide during morning Sunlight and close at night. Each leaf has a unique shape of little heart, triangular like butterfly wings. These so mentioned foliage may be of green or rich purple colour, with darker coloured triangle in the centre. And during summer, these plants may bloom with five-petaled flowers, and these flowers might be of pale lavender-pink or white colour. These plants are very easy to cultivate, require well-drained soil and could survive in bright light or partial shade conditions. They could be grown as outdoor plants too, at cold shaded spots. Making this plant a good choice for border, containers and as a groundcover too.