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Oca/New Zealand yam /Oxalis Tuberosa

The original species was Oxalis Acetosella Linnæus, widely distributed in the northern hemisphere, and called wood sorrel because it thrives in forests. Like many species it bears three leaflets, and thus is called a shamrock. Most species are perennial herbs, … Continue reading

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