Creeping woodsorrel, Oxalis corniculata, is a major weed in lawns, flower beds, nurseries, gardens, and greenhouses. A related species, Bermuda buttercup (O. pes-caprae) is grown as an ornamental. Once planted it spreads throughout a garden, competing with other plants.
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