Redwood sorrel is a perfect ground cover for woodland or shady garden beds, even for a densely shaded area. Hidden spring flowers are white to pink or reddish. Redwood Sorrel is a shade-loving, perennial groundcover with edible, clover-shaped leaves and white to pink flowers - native to the West Coast. AKS Redwood Sorrel or Oregon Sorrel. Long lived. ... is a tough evergreen ground cover with large, attractive heart-shaped leaves. Favorite Save to Favorites 52. Its natural companion is the wee evergreen perennial redwood sorrel … A planting of coast redwoods south of Portland appear to be about 100 years old, at the Hoyt Arboretum a 40- or 50-year-old tree on the south slope in full sun is doing fine. … The leaves, stems, and flowers of this native food … Oregon native plant. This staunchly evergreen form of our native sorrel has deep green leaves marked … Low-growing perennial with divided, heart-shaped leaflets that form in basal clumps. Redwood Sorrel. The stems and leaf undersides are burgundy. Edible. Good … My Favorites. Edible Uses.