Dwarf Evening Primrose FLOWERS SEED (Oenothera missouriensis) AKA Missouri Evening Primrose.
Best in border fronts or rock gardens. Also effective in wild gardens, meadows, cottage gardens or native plant gardens. A showy plant which can be grown in poor, dryish soils.
Dwarf Evening Primrose is also known as Missouri Evening Primrose. This tap-rooted perennial produces large, clear yellow flowers that stay open only one day. Plants, however, have a long bloom time, from mid-June through August. Plants are native to the southern and central United States and typically found in poor soils on prairies, cliffs, hillsides, and slopes. Full to partial sun and well-drained soils with dry conditions are preferred.
APPROX 5,313 SEEDS PER OZ
Easily grown in average, dry to medium, well-drained soil in full sun. Tolerates poor and/or limy soils, drought and some light shade. Easily grown from seed and will self-seed under optimum growing conditions.
How To Grow Evening Primrose From Seed: To sow Evening Primrose seeds outdoors, prepare weed-free soil and loosen the top 1 - 2 inches. Spread the flower seed and rake them into the soil only lightly covering. Sow Oenothera Primrose seeds in early spring or late fall. Evening Primrose Flower Care: In the spring, before flowering, apply a compost as a fertilizer around the plants. After flowering, cut back the Primrose plants after blooming is done to reduce the spreading.