Oxalis purpurea, Grand Duchess Sorrel
Got the following information in my Field Guide to Wild Flowers of South Africa by John Manning.
‘Stemless perennial with the leaves divided into 3 broadly heart-shaped leaflets, finely fringed on the margins and purple beneath, and lare purple, pink, yellow or white flowers with a yellow tube, 25-40mm in diameter. Widespread and common on damp flats and slopes from Namaqualand to the Eastern Cape. Flower time from May to September.
I took the following photos in the West Coast National Park.
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