This rare BC native grows to a height of 15-60cm (6-24"). Pale Evening Primrose has been red-listed in the wild, but it's an important food plant for native butterflies and bees. The highly fragrant, pale pink flowers bloom all summer, opening in the evening. This dainty flower looks magnificent in mass plantings, and may naturalize in BC gardens. It is very drought tolerant once established, so a choice option for xeriscaping schemes. Meanwhile, just enjoy them planted in large containers. Pale Evening Primrose plants are not long lived, but will self-seed in the right environment.
1g (Approx. 1584 Seeds)
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