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oxalia yellow sorrel oxalis

 
                              
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have questions on eliminating this guy from a lawn in the lazy organic thread, pls. check out. subject line doesnt seem to show up for me there.Realize i should have posted here, but dont know how to move it.
 
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The subject I see is "oxalia yellow sorrel oxalis" - is that what you want?
 
                              
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Yes, well, If I have the plant name right.  Seems like in the "cheap and lazy forum you dont see subj. line and in the more gen. forum you do. You have responded to me there and I have posted back. Grassy-ass!
 
                              
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update.
Since I am on the infrequent watering program the faux clover is beginning to yellow and wilt, the grass is not. The oxalia is also going to seed this premature spring so it could be a function of that/entering dormancy. We will see who wins the competition grass or pretty flower semi edible, or if next year brings a happy coexistance. I shall go mow yellow flower heads shortly. Oh the joy!
 
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