Family: Oxalidaceae (Wood-sorrel family).
Native of South Africa.
Occurrence: Widespread. It is found in a wide range of habitats, including native vegetation, and may be locally abundant, particularly near or in cemeteries.
Identification: The leaves and flowers are much larger than other wood sorrels.
It is a perennial. It can spread from underground stems, and from bulbs.
Photos 1, 2 The throat is often yellow. Maldon Historic Area.
3: White and red flowered forms. Maldon Cemetery.