Pale yellow, lemon-scented flowers bloom on branched, leafy, stalks 

This biennial native produces leaves in the first year then flowers in the following year, but due to rapid self seeding overlapping bloom cycles will occur

Flowers are fertilized by night flying moths & bees in early morning 

Blooms in full sun July-Sept

Grows 3-5ft tall in dry to medium, well-drained soils 

Thrives in gravely or sandy soils

Deer resistant 

Sold in 2x3 inch pots 

 

Common evening primrose - Oenothera biennis

$2.29Price