Pale Evening Primrose (Oenothera pallida) – Seeds
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This rare BC native is a charming perennial with fragrant flowers that bloom from April to June. The
flowers open around sunset and remain open until late morning, attracting bees, moths, and butterflies. The Sphinx moth is its main pollinator. Pale Evening Primrose plants are not long lived, but will self-seed in the right environment.
Easily grows from seed sown outdoors in early fall or spring. Best in full sun to partial shade, in sandy or rocky, dry to medium, well-drained soil. Drought tolerant when established. It makes a good edging plant in beds and borders.