Mystery plant in Alpine trough.

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    polypody Apprentice Gardener

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    Can anyone identify the yellow plant that I've noticed in one of our Alpine troughs? I cannot remember planting it. The leaves are like a four leaf clover, & very small. Sorry about the pigeon feather, I used it to keep the stem upright to take a photo!
     
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    Sorry, forgot to upload photo!
     

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    Oxalis cornuta and a right thug it is too.
     
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      Many thanks. I'll keep an eye on it as we're plagued by the brown-leaved species.
       
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      Sorry, my fingers missed the middle of the name.
       
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