Years ago, my kids would pull these flowers (weeds) and make bouquets for the neighbors. Our yard once had scads of them. Now there are only a few that remain. They bloom in the early Spring. I like to keep some around to remind me of those cute kids.Oxalis luteol has clover shaped leaves. The roots are tuberous. The flowers have five petals and grow in bunches on long, slender stems. How they get from growing in the ground to growing in a pot I just don’t know. One thing – they’re easy to grow so they must be a weed.The bees were buzzing the other day, busy collecting pollen for honey. The warm sun encouraged the blossoms to open and invited the bees in. I wonder what the honey tastes like. Today, it rained again. No bees.