Dwarf Evening Primrose explodes with brilliant clear yellow, 4″ saucer-shaped flowers. This sun loving drought tolerant plant is native to the Central and Southern United States. Also known as Missouri Evening Primrose, this long-lived perennial makes a nice ground cover around taller perennials and shrubs and looks great at the front of flower beds and in rock gardens.
Large, brilliant yellow flowers open in the morning and last a single day.
SPECIAL TREATMENT: Start indoors 8 weeks before last frost for early summer blooms. Spread seed on top of soil, rake in, then press into soil for good contact and keep moist until they germinate. Thin to 12”. Germination: 15-30 days. Approx. 132 seeds
Climate: Sun/Part Sun – Dry
Seeds/lb.: 85,000, Approx. 132 seeds/pkt
Rate: 1 oz./100 sq.ft.
Bloom time: Summer
Approx: 132 Seeds / 1 gm packet