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Oenothera speciosa 
Pink Evening Primrose

Item #: 1022
Category: Wildflowers
Habit: Perennial
Bloom: Mar-July
Height: 1-2'
Planting Rates: 

0.25 lbs / acre

Lawn & Garden:
Packet covers 20 sf
D-pak covers 1,000 sf

1 pkt. - $3.00
D-pak. - $19.00



Soil Moisture

Sand Loam Clay Caliche  Full  Partial Dappled Shade
 X    X    X    X    X    X    X        medium, moist 



for more info see Related Books
  Wildflowers of Texas
  Wildflowers of the Texas Hill Country
  Wildflowers of the Western Plains
  Texas Wildflowers: A Field Guide
  100 Texas Wildflowers
  Wildflowers of Houston & Southeast Texas
  Native Texas Plants: Landscaping Region by Region


In spring, the Pink Evening Primrose is evident up and down the roads of Texas, and often in the vacant lots in the cities. It is an easy plant, native to prairies and open woodlands throughout Texas. It behaves a bit differently according to its location. Generally speaking, it is everblooming, as long as it gets water. It goes dormant with freezing temperatures, or lack of water. We suggest that you plant Pink Evening Primrose in a lawn, or prairie setting. It colonizes by rhizomes, so you wouldn't want it in your flower border. Plant it with Prairie Verbena for a spring-time show you won't soon forget!

Pollinator hard at work on a Pink Evening Primrose (above)


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