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As a gardener if you’re actually looking for a new type of spring flower to grow you consider planting the candy cane oxalis plant. This flower is a sub-shrub and growing it is an option for adding something new and different in the early spring garden, they can also be grown in containers. The botanical name of Candy cane oxalis plant is Oxalis versicolor. The Candy cane oxalis flowers are actually red and white, hence the name. In early spring, trumpet shaped blooms appear, even on the young plants. Most gardeners in some areas may find blooms on the plant in late winter. The flowers of the candy cane oxalis plant appear white once the trumpets have opened, as the red stripe is on the bottom of the petal. To read more visit is a participant in the Amazon Services LLC Associates Program, an affiliate advertising program designed to provide a means for sites to earn advertising fees by advertising and linking to