Violet Sour Grass - Wood Sorrel - Ladys Sorrel - Wood Shamrock
Oxalidaceae (Wood Sorrel) Family
Plant is an upright, smooth perennial with a bulb. Preferred habitat is prairies, woods and gardens. Distribution is throughout the Escambia region.
Leaves are alternate on the stem and arranged in sets of three; stalked; leaflets are notched at the tip.
Flowers are umbel-like; bisexual; symmetrical; five sepals; five petals; purple, pink or white; ten stamens. Flowering occurs in the spring.
Fruit is a capsule.