Oxalis palmifrons is a species of flowering plant in the Oxalidaceae family. These plants are found throughout the world, except for the Polar Regions. It is highly valued in cooking because the plant's foliage is edible and tastes sour.
Oxalis palmifrons is a perennial plant with a dark brown bulb and short petioles, and the number of leaves on one petiole can reach 19 pieces. They are narrow and located on the leg in a wide fan and come in green, pink, and purple colors. The plant produces flowers with white or yellow petals, and the flowering time is from 3 weeks to 3 months. During this time, the plant releases inflorescences, where the new ones replace the fading ones.