How do you grow wood sorrel indoors?

How do you grow wood sorrel indoors?

Set the potted plant in a bright, indoor location near a west- or east-facing window or in front of a south-facing window with a sheer curtain between the plant and window. Optimum light exposure varies depending on the wood sorrel species. Move the plant to a less bright location if its leaves wrinkle or turn brown.

How do you care for an oxalis plant indoors?

Oxalis

  1. Sunlight. Thrives in bright indirect to bright direct light. ...
  2. Water. Water every 1-2 weeks, allowing soil to dry out halfway down between waterings. ...
  3. Humidity. Any humidity level will do. ...
  4. Temperature. 65°F-85°F (18°C-30°C). ...
  5. Common Problems. It is generally a very easygoing plant. ...
  6. Precautions.

How do you make oxalis bushy?

Is your Oxalis triangularis leggy or sparse? If it is, chances are that it is not receiving enough light. Move your plant to a sunnier location, and it will respond by producing lusher growth and turn into a fuller plant. You should have this plant right in front of a window for best results.

What parts of wood sorrel are edible?

Leaves, flowers, and seed pods (which resemble miniature okra fruits) are all edible. Wood sorrel will begin to wilt almost immediately after harvesting, so it's best eaten on the spot. Its tangy, somewhat sour flavor—reminiscent of citrus—makes it an excellent garnish in just about any salad.

Is Sorrel good for hair growth?

They can make your hair healthy, strong, and lustrous. Sorrel is rich in vitamins A, B, and C. All these vitamins are amazing for dry and damaged hair. They also prevent and stop hair fall and treat baldness.