Evening primrose

Oenothera biennis

Find this plant in Hortus Dijkspark.

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Evening Primrose - You can't stop observing yourself The answer you planted into the eleventh of thirty plant beds in the Dijksgracht park, part of the Twijfel Zaaien/Casting Doubts project. Latin name: Oenothera Artist family: Modernist
 Colour: Yellow De Godin, Seed Care

Description

In the wild, the evening primrose act as primary colonizer, quickly surfacing in recently cleared areas. They germinate in disturbed soils, and can be found in rough habitats such as dunes, roadsides, railway embankments, and waste areas. They can also be cultivated in gardens as an ornamental plant.