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Oenothera pallida, Pale Evening Primrose is a member of a wide variety of beautiful plants in the primrose family.
Large, fragrant flowers open up in the evening hours and close in the day time. It is found on sandy dunes, in washes and gravelly plains, and is found throughout the desert Southwest.
After the flowers age, they often then turn a pink to reddish color.
USDA Zone(s): 4-10
Blooming Period: Spring
Color: White with lime green center
Exposure: Full Sun, intolerant of shade
Soil Type: Gravelly, sandy, dunes
Water Usage: Xeric once established
Collection elevation: 2890 feet
Location: San Bernardino County