Weird outgrowth on my oxalis triangularis.
I recently bought three oxalis triangularis purpurea. On one of them was this weird outgrowth I've never seen before.
From one of the flower stems (oxalis triangularis has different sets for flowers and different for leaves) it seems like it has started to grow leaves and also two new stems with leaves in the end of them.
If I watch the cluster of flowers where the new stems emerge from its like a green irregular formation almost like a spiral or something like that.
I know that the oxalis usually are multiplied by dividing the rhizozomes/bulbs. But are they able to multiply some other way? Could that be what's happening? Have someone seen this before? Can oxalis create a daughter plant on its stem like the orchid? Or could a seed inside one of the flowers have started to grow (seems almost impossible though...)
I have searched the internet on both Swedish and English sites, but found nothing.