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Oenothera missouriensis   

This “Ozark Sundrop” has prostrate foliage bearing 3-4” lemon-yellow flowers in summer. Flowers open at dusk, lasting only one evening. 

    Common Name:Evening Primrose
    Hardiness Zones:4-9
    Deer Resistant:Yes
Growing Tips: Plant in average to dry, well drained soil.

About Oenothera: Oenothera is truly a delight for any gardener to grow. Some tend to be trailing, making them just right for the front of borders, cascading over stonewalls, out of window boxes or in rock gardens. The more upright varieties meld perfectly with annuals or perennials in an average garden situation. Easy to grow.