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Oxalis Triangularis Flowering with Monstera

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Oxalis triangularis, also known as the purple shamrock or love plant, is a small, low-growing perennial plant that is native to Brazil. It is a member of the Oxalidaceae family and is commonly grown as a houseplant due to its striking triangular-shaped leaves. These leaves come in shades of deep purple and maroon on the upper side and light green on the underside. The plant produces delicate, small flowers in shades of white and pale pink that bloom intermittently throughout the year. Oxalis triangularis prefers bright, indirect light and well-draining soil, and it goes through periods of rest during which it will lose its leaves before regrowing them.

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The Monstera plant, which is a larger, tropical plant that is known for its stunning, glossy leaves that are typically heart-shaped and deeply lobed. The variegated Monstera, which is also known as Monstera deliciosa ‘Variegata’, features striking green and white leaves that are marbled together. This plant is native to the rainforests of Central America, and it can grow up to 10 feet tall in the wild. As a houseplant, it typically grows to be around 6 feet tall and wide. Monstera plants prefer bright, indirect light and moist, well-draining soil. They are also known for their ability to purify the air and are a popular choice for indoor spaces.

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