Oxalis corniculata ?

 

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Plant for ID-PC-09-15.08.2015 : 9 posts by 4 authors. Attachments (2)
here is another plant from Warsaw for ID.
Please help me.
Gelsemium sempervirens most likely
though the inside of the flowers is hazy

i have seen such  rambling vines used as ground covers and on rock walls
lovely in spring after the snow but you were there in summer!!!

do you have better close ups of the flowers and some side views>?leaves
Thanks ... Now the summer has come. 
Isn't this any Oxalis sp. ?
No 2 is definitively an Oxalis
... mailing the low plants' display in front of the building to confirm the ID.
This could be Oxalis corniculata.




 
 
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