Oxalis dillenii (Southern woodsorrel)

Oxalis dillenii | Southern woodsorrel | Edible Uses

View photos of the edible plant, Oxalis dillenii (Southern woodsorrel), profiled in the Wild Edible Series: Arizona, Arkansas, Kansas, Louisiana, New Mexico, Oklahoma, and Texas.

A passage from Wild Edible Plants of Texas:

The leaves, flowers, and green seed pods of all Sorrels are also edible. They are best eaten raw – added to salads or used as a sandwich garnish for their tart–sour taste.