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Now booking this item for shipping Spring 2014.
Evening Primrose Sundrops ships in 4 inch pots
The fragrant yellow flowering Evening Primrose Sundrops, Oenothera macocarpa, is a must have for rock gardens, to border a garden or in front of foundation plantings. The evening primrose Sundrops is considered the showiest of all the primrose plants and blooms during the months of June and July. With its drought resistance, this plant variety is an excellent choice for Xeriscape gardens and other areas where you need to conserve water.
Plant established plants in spring 24 to 36 inches apart.
Planting Instructions: Planting Evening Primrose Sundrops
Video on the basics for planting container grown plants:
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