OENOTHERA pallida (Pale Evening Primrose)

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Oenothera Pallida commonly known as ‘Pale Evening Primrose’ is a flowering species native to United States. Pale Evening Primrose is a charming rhizomatous perennial boasting fragrant, satiny white flower, with delicate texture of crumped silk. Blooming in mid to late spring, the flowers open in the evening and remain open...
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Oenothera Pallida commonly known as ‘Pale Evening Primrose’ is a flowering species native to United States. Pale Evening Primrose is a charming rhizomatous perennial boasting fragrant, satiny white flower, with delicate texture of crumped silk. Blooming in mid to late spring, the flowers open in the evening and remain open until late morning. They attract bees, moths and butterflies.

Number of Seeds Max Coverage Area (Square Ft.)
0.5OZ 19,688 656
1OZ 39,375 1,313
1/4LB 157,500 5,250
1/2LB 315,000 10,500
1LB 630,000 21,000
5LB 3,150,000 105,000

Scientific Name: Oenothera Pallida

Common Name: Pale Evening Primrose

Plant Type: Perennial 

Family: Onagraceae

Native Range: Washington, Idaho and Montana, Southeast to Texas

Height: 8-20 "

Spread: 10-12 "

Habitat: Mountain, Arid/Desert, Plains/Texas 

Zone: 3 to 9  

Exposure: Full sun

Blooming Season: Spring (Mid, Late) 

Attracts: Butterflies 

Characteristics: Fragrant, Showy 

Flower Shape: Cup Shaped 

Resistant: Deer   

Flower Color: White

Water Requirement: Low   

Soil Type: Loam, Sandy and well-drained 

Soil pH: Acid, Alkaline, Neutral 

Advantage: Easy to grow

Uses: Patio and Borders, Edging, Beds and Borders, Gravel and Rock garden 

 

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