The Garden in July
Summer seems to be positively flying by. But what a lovely summer it has been so far! Hot, but not unbearably so, with cool breezy evenings that have often made me want to reach for a sweater. Our rainfall seems to have been perfectly timed; arriving on more weekdays than weekends, and always when the garden seems to need it most. The month of June somehow vanished with barely a picture taken. The peonies bloomed a few weeks later than usual, and put on a beautiful though fleeting display…
Yellow Evening Primrose Plant: Wildflower In The Garden
Yellow evening primrose is a sweet little wildflower that does well in almost any part of the U.S. As the name suggests, the yellow evening primrose blooms at night. Learn more growing info in this article.
Oenothera biennis | common evening primrose/RHS Gardening
Common evening primrose - Oenothera biennis.This sweetly scented wildflower is a host for Sphinx Moth caterpillars. Adult Moths of many species will flock to the flowers-which can be a creamy lemon yellow,a soft pink,or white.I may be mistaken-but I could swear I've seen cultivars available in a pale lavender,too!For the Moon Garden,White,Pale Pink or White would probably show best.
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Evening Primrose Or Sundrops (oenothera): Your plant is likely an evening primrose, prized for its pink, yellow or white, silky-textured blossoms and depending on species or cultivar, may open during the day or late afternoon. Plants are vigorous and adapt to tough conditions. Can become invasive if not controlled. Needs full sun or partial shade and little to moderate water. Not hard to transplant: move small clumps, replant immediately, and cut the stems down to 3 inches to reduce…
1955 Evening Primrose Antique Botanical Print Vintage | Etsy
Antique botanical lithograph printed in 1955, beautifully detailed, brilliantly colored, depicting the Evening Primrose (Oenothera biennis). Condition: very good; Original scientific description printed on the reverse. Paper size: Inches: approx 9.4" x 6.5" (24.0 x 16.7 cm). Origin: Berlin, Germany. Antique prints can have some imperfections, discoloration and minimal spots, but this is due to age and give the picture a certain charm. Please look at the pictures carefully, read the…
Sundrops (Oenothera fruticosa) at Hicks Nurseries
Find Sundrops (Oenothera fruticosa) in Long Island Westbury Nassau County Jericho Mineola New York NY at Hicks Nurseries (Evening Primrose)
Evening Primrose Oenothera missouriensis (macrocarpa) from Growing Colors
Evening Primrose Oenothera missouriensis from Growing Colors - Low-growing perennials with cup-shaped flowers that bloom all summer. Plants tolerate hot, dry conditions and prefer well-drained soil. Use near the front of the border or in rock gardens. Height 9-10". Spacing 15-18"