Once They're Growing:
Storage:Storing Oxalis bulbs (often referred to as corms) during their dormant period is an important step to ensure their longevity and continued growth in the next season. After the foliage of the Oxalis has died back, usually signaling the start of dormancy, gently dig up the bulbs, if they are not in a container. Clean them by brushing off any soil, and let them dry in a cool, well-ventilated area for a few days. Once dried, store the bulbs in a mesh bag or paper bag in a cool, dry place, such as a basement, garage, or a dark cupboard. The ideal storage temperature is cool but not freezing. Check the bulbs periodically during storage for signs of rot or drying out and remove any that are damaged. This method of storage allows the bulbs to remain dormant and prevents them from rotting or drying out excessively, ensuring they are ready to be replanted and thrive in the next growing season.