The clover-shaped leaves of oxalis are beautiful both in the garden and when grown indoors as a houseplant. Charmed™ Wine boasts reddish-purple with green stems and creamy white and chartreuse blooms. Some oxalis are considered quite weedy, but the variety Charmed™ Wine is much better behaved. It is clumping rather than spreading so you don’t have to worry about it roaming beyond its borders.
Whether in the garden or a container, oxalis prefers full to partial shade and a soil that is humus rich and moist but well-drained. Keep oxalis consistently watered and fertilize once a month during the growing season with an all-purpose liquid fertilizer. Indoors keep the plant in a location with bright, filtered light and low humidity. Oxalis go into a semi-dormant period in winter so go light on the water and stop feeding.