Wood-sorrel Harilik jänesekapsas Oxalis acetosella
Botanists maintain that the wood-sorrel flowers until late autumn. Why don’t we see flowers then? Because the late flowers have such short stems and are hidden in moss or decayed forest matter and we will not see these flowers open – they are hidden in the bud, but pass all the stages of botanical flowering.
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