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White Evening Primrose

(Oenothera caespitosa) 

White evening primrose, also known as stemless evening primrose, is a biennial native throughout the West at elevations of 1219 to 2286 m (4,000 to 7,500 ft.). The plant forms a central, basal rosette with toothed leaves. It grows to a height of 25 to 30.5 cm (10 to 12 in.). The flowers are large, 7.6 cm (3 in.) in diameter. They are white, fading to pink. Evening primrose blooms from May to September.

It is commonly found on roadsides and dry, rocky slopes with well-drained soil. Broadcast seed to a depth of 0.6 cm (¼ in.). Planting should be done in early spring.



5.6 kg PLS /hectare
5 lbs. PLS/acre



75,000 per lb. (0.46 kg)

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