- MI Native Pollinator Plants & Seed Balls
- Evening Primrose
3.5 76 $3.50 - $76.00
An upright biennial, it commonly grows in fields, prairies, glades, thickets, waste ground, disturbed sites, and along roadsides and railroad right-of-ways. This plant naturalizes easily and works well planted along boarders or makes an excellent addition to a wildflower, cottage, or herb garden. It is highly drought tolerant. Flowers open at dusk and close again in the morning when hit by sun, hence the common name of evening primrose. Plants die after setting seed, but will naturalize in the landscape. Yellow blooms, grows up to 6' in Full Sun - Part Shade, Medium - Dry soils, June - September.