It has been identified.

Image is mine
@Lucky15 (33698)
Philippines
March 23, 2016 4:08pm CST
*P.S. Thanks to @painsonslate for telling me the name. The plant is named oxalis, oxalis triangularis to be exact and it has a magic with three, not tree, hence the word "triangularis". Three common names: False shamrock (why it is false, am looking for it); purple shamrock (color says it) and love plat (shape says it too). and if you see, it has three purple shaped leaves. What fascinates me is how this plant "move". The movement depends with the light levels, they open in the day, and close at night.
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@jaboUK (55052)
• United Kingdom
23 Mar 16
I've heard of that plant, but didn't know what it looked like.
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@Lucky15 (33698)
• Philippines
23 Mar 16
the plant has this velvety purple color that is really beautiful :)
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@Hate2Iron (8022)
• Canada
23 Mar 16
It does look like a purple shamrock doesn't it!! What a pretty plant!!
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@Lucky15 (33698)
• Philippines
23 Mar 16
it is ma'am ;)
@just4him (127235)
• Green Bay, Wisconsin
23 Mar 16
Very nice plant. I'm glad you found out the name of it.
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@Lucky15 (33698)
• Philippines
23 Mar 16
someone identified it ma'am, and i am thankful ;)
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@marlina (78025)
• Canada
23 Mar 16
Thanks for letting us know.
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@Lucky15 (33698)
• Philippines
23 Mar 16
thanking you more ma'am :)
• Midland, Michigan
24 Mar 16
Green and deep purple shamrock house plants
Maybe it's 'false' because it's purple rather than the normal green. But we sell a deep purple almost black on in the States. I have pictures of ours, even though I don't currently own any, Do yours ever have flowers? Tulips here open in the day and close at night too. That may be common for certain species.
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@Lucky15 (33698)
• Philippines
24 Mar 16
i have seen some bearing those white tiny flowers, now i know why it is false, thank you :)
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• Midland, Michigan
24 Mar 16
@Lucky15 I don't know that's why it's called false, just guessing. Actually, I like the lighter purple colored ones too, but maybe wouldn't think of the shamrock if I saw them otherwise.
@brokenbee (8038)
• Philippines
24 Mar 16
I had seen one in Baguio, along the sidewalks of Gov Pack Rd. Hihihi I always thought it is a shamrock or a different variety of clover.
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@Lucky15 (33698)
• Philippines
24 Mar 16
shamrock it is ;)
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• Philippines
24 Mar 16
Not familiar with this plant as I check my garden everyday. Looks like we don't have one.
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@Lucky15 (33698)
• Philippines
24 Mar 16
i always see some of these but it is only now that i known its name :)
@Tampa_girl7 (26209)
• United States
24 Mar 16
It is a pretty shade.
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@Lucky15 (33698)
• Philippines
24 Mar 16
indeed ;)
@LdeL0318 (6435)
• Philippines
24 Mar 16
Now we learned something new.
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@Lucky15 (33698)
• Philippines
24 Mar 16
thanks for a fellow lotter ;)
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@Susan2015 (21715)
• United States
23 Mar 16
What a pretty plant it is too.
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@Lucky15 (33698)
• Philippines
23 Mar 16
it is indeed pretty ma'am :)
@Corbin5 (116212)
• United States
23 Mar 16
That is a plant I am unfamiliar with. Sure is lovely!
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@Lucky15 (33698)
• Philippines
23 Mar 16
indeed ma'am ;)
@cacay1 (33203)
• Cagayan De Oro, Philippines
24 Mar 16
I am glad someone has able to give the name of that plant.
@ida123 (6237)
• Cagayan De Oro, Philippines
24 Mar 16
At last, you got its name, a purple shamrock but I don't see that kind of flower here in our place.
@MGjhaud (20672)
• Philippines
24 Mar 16
probably the reason why its called false shamrock because you can make out a shamrock out of it.