I am sure this is going to take off all over the place. My garden is displaying this latest look in landscaping. A blanketing of oxalis!
A mystery: During summer a number of holes were dug in the garden overnight. I filled them in, but they were redug in the same places, usually near plant roots. The neighbours got a new dog and the mystery digging stopped.
But now the mystery animal is back. Each hole is the same shape, long and narrow. The one in the main picture is about 6 cm deep. Not at all like digging done by cats, dogs and no droppings in sight so I don’t think it would be a rabbit. I really hope rats are not habitual diggers. Would much rather it was an echidna or a bandicoot. Short of installing very expensive infrared monitoring cameras I have no idea how to identify what is doing the digging.
The good news is that the animal only digs in open ground, so most of the garden is safe as it is covered in oxalis.