OENOTHERA lamarckiana (Common Evening Primrose)

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A cultivation of these luminous golden flowers will give off a special evening glow. The heat of the midday sun wilts the day's blossoms, but fresh ones bloom in the evening. This wildflower is simple to cultivate. This flower is thought to have originated in Mexico or Central America, according...
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A cultivation of these luminous golden flowers will give off a special evening glow. The heat of the midday sun wilts the day's blossoms, but fresh ones bloom in the evening. This wildflower is simple to cultivate. This flower is thought to have originated in Mexico or Central America, according to historians. Primrose Evening is a fine plant for a meadow or an ornamental garden.

Number of Seeds Max Coverage Area (Square Ft.)
1OZ 53,125 2,000
1/4LB 212,500 8,000
1/2LB 425,000 16,000
1LB 850,000 32,000
5LB 4,250,000 160,000

Scientific Name: Oenothera Lamarckiana 

Common Name: Common Evening Primrose

Plant Type: Biennial   

Family: Onagraceae

Native Range: North America   

Height: 24-60 "

Zone: 7 to 10 

Exposure: Full Sun 

Blooming Season: Early to Late Summer 

Attracts: Bees, Butterflies, Moths 

Resistant: Deer, Dry Soil 

Flower: Showy

Flower Color: Yellow   

Moisture: Average 

Water Requirement: Medium 

Soil Type:  Dry, Moist, Average, Poor Soil

Soil pH: 5.5-7.0 

Uses: Beds and Borders, Coastal Gardens, Indoor Gardens

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