Oenothera missouriensis is a native wildflower with lightly fragrant, lemon-yellow flowers that bloom from May to August. The large flowers are 3-4" across. They attract night-flying sphinx moths. Hardy in zones 4-9.
height 12" spacing 15"
Oenothera (Evening Primrose) Seeds
Oenothera (Evening Primrose) is a hardy perennial with fragrant flowers in shades of yellow to reddish-orange.
Sowing Oenothera Seeds
Evening Primrose 'Lemon Sunset' blooms from June to August, and it blooms the first year from seed if started early indoors. The tall, airy plants add height to the garden. Also known as Oenothera longifolia 'Apricot Delight'.
height 30" spacing 15"
Evening Primrose 'Sunset Boulevard' blooms the first year from seed if started early indoors, so it can be grown as an annual in regions where it's not hardy. It is drought tolerant and deer resistant. Hardy in zones 5-10.
height 20" spacing 12"
(Missouri Evening Primrose)
90 seeds $3.25
Oenothera odorata 'Lemon Sunset' (Evening Primrose)
135 seeds $3.50
Oenothera versicolor 'Sunset Boulevard' (Evening Primrose)
100 seeds $3.50