One plant, three stylings

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One plant, Oxalis Triangularis Photo:©nini.tjader.2016

The subject for this months Urbanjunglebloggers task is One plant, three stylings. I’ve chosen my huge Oxalis Triangularis.

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One plant, Oxalis Triangularis Photo: ©nini.tjader.2016

Above is where it normally is, on my kitchentable, in the corner between the two windows in the kitchen. It has become really big there and I think it really likes this placement. This is one of the three stylings for the one plant.

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One plant, Oxalis Triangularis, on the kitchen table. Photo. ©nini.tjader.2016

It is a light place, but no direct sun here.

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One plant, Oxalis Triangularis, in the livingroom. Photo. ©nini.tjader.2016

The second place I tested is in the livingroom. Looks good here, right? You see more of it here. This is the second styling for the one plant.

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One plant, third styling. Photo: ©nini.tjader.2016

The third styling for the one plant is in the bedroom. With its dark color it is nice contrast to the lighter pots and decorations. And the green plants. From left: a ginkgo biloba in the window, then a baby aloe, and my oldest cactus.

The oxalis triangularis has again gone back to the kitchen to its regular place after the one plant, three stylings completed.

By the way, does anybody know the best way how to dived a large oxalis into more plants?

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2 Replies to “One plant, three stylings”

    1. Thank you. It is a fascinating plant. Come evening it closes its leaves,come morning it opens them up again. There is also a variant with green leaves and white flowers. And a wild one that has leaves with round ends and small yellow flowers.

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