Common wood sorrel in bloom in the undergrowth. The heart-shaped leaves can replace sorrel and enhance soups and salads. it should not be consumed in large quantities, because just like sorrel this plant contains oxalic acid that is toxic in high doses.
Created: March 23, 2016
© Anne SORBES
Photo size: 24.0 Mpixels (68.7 MB uncompressed) - 6000x4000 pixels (20.0x13.3 in / 50.8x33.9 cm at 300 ppi)
Photo keywords: Alleluia, Common wood sorrel, Corrèze, Flore, flower, France, Limousin, oxalidaceae, Oxalis acetosella, Wood Sorrel