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About: The plant featured in today's puzzle is commonly known as "Iron Cross" (Oxalis tetraphylla), also known as "lucky clover", "four-leaf sorrel" or four-leaved pink-sorrel. It is commonly used as an ornamental plant and it's also edible. The flowers and leaves have a sharp lemon flavor.

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