Edible: Wood sorrel [Oxalis acetosella]

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3 Wood sorrel in bloom Wood sorrel in bloom. Tastes lemony.
Source: Alley Pond Park (Woods), Queens, May 14, 2000
16 Yellow wood sorrel Yellow wood sorrel. Common blue violet in upper right.
Source: Prospect Park, Brooklyn, May 22, 2011
4 Wood sorrel Wood sorrel
Source: Prospect Park, Brooklyn, May 27, 2000
14 Wood sorrel Wood sorrel. With violets and other things mixed in.
Source: Central Park, May 30, 2005
5 Wood sorrel Wood sorrel
Source: Central Park, Jun 10, 2000
15 Wood sorrel Wood sorrel.
Source: Prospect Park, Brooklyn, Jul 01, 2006
6 Wood sorrel Wood sorrel.
Source: Central Park, Jul 02, 2000
11 Wood sorrel Wood sorrel.
Source: Forest Park, Queens, Jul 04, 2001
17 Wood sorrel Wood sorrel.
Source: Forest Park, Queens, Jul 04, 2011
12 Wood sorrel Wood sorrel.
Source: Prospect Park, Brooklyn, Jul 08, 2001
7 Wood sorrel Wood sorrel. Tastes like lemonade. Add to salads.
Source: Prospect Park, Brooklyn, Jul 09, 2000
18 Wood sorrel Wood sorrel.
Source: Inwood Park, Manhattan, Jul 17, 2011
8 Wood sorrel Wood sorrel. Nice patch near Belvedere Castle. Note heart shaped leaves.
Source: Central Park, Jul 29, 2000
13 Wood sorrel Wood sorrel.
Source: Prospect Park, Brooklyn, Jul 29, 2001
9 Wood sorrel Wood sorrel
Source: Central Park, Aug 20, 2000
10 Wood sorrel Wood sorrel
Source: Prospect Park, Brooklyn, Sep 02, 2000
1 Common Wood Sorrel Common Wood Sorrel. The heart shaped leaf distinguishes it from clover.
Source: Prospect Park, Brooklyn, Nov 13, 1999
2 Wood Sorrel Wood Sorrel
Source: Central Park, Nov 21, 1999

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