Cuban Purple Woodsorrel
Scientific Name - Oxalis intermedia A. Rich.
Family - Oxalidaceae
Perennial from clustered bulbs. Leaves deeply three-parted with pronounced, blunt pointed corners, on very long petioles, leaves folding at night. Flowers purple. Reproduces by seed and bulbs. Found in shady turf, hammocks, and woods. Occurs throughout peninsula of Florida. Native to the West Indies.