Why is my oxalis not flowering?
Also asked, how do I get my oxalis to bloom?
Water two to three times a month, allowing soil to dry out between waterings. Fertilize after watering with a balanced houseplant food. Shamrock plants grow from tiny bulbs that may be planted in fall or early spring. Most often, shamrock plants are purchased when foliage is growing and sometimes when in flower.
One may also ask, how do you care for an oxalis plant? This oxalis prefers light shade and moist, well-drained soil. Indoors, give it bright light and cool temperatures (60 to 70 degrees) – the brighter the light, the more vibrant the foliage and flowers – but avoid extremes. Feed it a regular houseplant fertilizer.
Also asked, why is my oxalis drooping?
Rather than being intrinsically linked with the soil like many other plants, Oxalis is linked to the soil by its tiny bulbs. Forget to water it, temperature drops too low or its living conditions are generally poor, everything above the surface will wilt and die back to take refuge in the bulbs below.
Should I cut back my oxalis?
Cut back the foliage on potted plants to within 1 inch of the soil after the leaves begin to brown and die back during early summer. Stop watering and store the plant in a cool, dark place for two or three months.