Showing 6 types of OXALIS
Native to South Africa, and introduced to the United States as a garden plant, from which it has escaped cultivation to become a common weed pest in both landscape and agriculture. Found throughout the United States and into the West Indies.
Native to Europe, but widespread throughout the United States, and a severe problem in turf and landscape, nurseries and greenhouses, as well as some cultivated crops.
Native to the West Indies, and present sporadically in the United States in Florida, California, and New Mexico.
Native to tropical South America, but introduced to other areas as a garden plant. It is found in California, New Mexico, and Hawaii in the U.S.
Native to South America, but introduced as an ornamental plant, and now escaped from cultivation to be an invasive weed in California, and from Texas east to Florida and north to Virginia. Generally found around urban areas.
Native to Europe but distributed throughout the world.