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jeatacake

St Helens (zone 9a) I grow flowers, fruit & veg in some great clay soil here. Prefer the exotic & unusual & to share tips, ideas, seeds etc.

Oenothera

  • Season Icon Early SummerEarly Summer 2019
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kez001uk

So pretty 💛

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jeatacake

Cheers Kerry 💛 @kez001uk

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gjones

Love these plants and the bright coloured flowers!

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harebell

Very vibrant 💛💛💛

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terrimclaughlin

Very pretty A great picture 👍🏻😊💕

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columbiariver

I love these. Great pic!

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jeatacake

Thanks Katy. These are a native plant here. One of a few that aren't thought of as pesky weeds! @gjones

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jeatacake

Thanks Della. They are & smell good too @harebell 💛

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jeatacake

Very kind of you to say so Terri. Thank you 😊💛 @terrimclaughlin

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jeatacake

Me too Laura. They always put on a good show here & never short of plants as they readily self seed 💛 @columbiariver

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gjones

@jeatacake We have 4 native oenothera but none look exactly like yours. We have Oenothera biennial, O. Caespitosa and O. Nuttallii and O. Serrulata. Do you know which one yours is? Could yours be O. Tetragona? Yours is a lovely bright yellow - brighter than our native ones, I think😊

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jeatacake

I didn't, although they are biennial & having googled it, I'm sure it is that one & not Tetragona. Thanks Katy, the petals on mine are more of a lemon yellow. Are your native ones also scented? @gjones

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