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Tufted Evening Primrose Care – Growing Evening Primrose Wildflowers

By Becca Badgett, Co-author of How to Grow an EMERGENCY Garden

Often used in xeriscape gardens, tufted evening primrose plants follow the traditional blooming habit of other members of the family – with open blooms in evening hours. These lovely wildflowers are great additions to nighttime moth gardens. Learn more here.

Controlling Mexican Primrose Spread – Tips For Getting Rid Of Mexican Primrose

By Tonya Barnett, (Author of FRESHCUTKY)

Though creating a profusion of pink blooms in borders, the invasive nature of Mexican primrose flowers often causes many growers to look for solutions in removing the plants. Click this article for more info on Mexican primrose control.

Growing Pink Evening Primrose – How To Care For Pink Evening Primrose

By Mary Ellen Ellis

Pink evening primrose plants are showy when in bloom and make a good ground cover. These plants can also be aggressive, though, spreading rapidly and taking over perennial beds under certain conditions. Learn more about the plant in this article.

Yellow Evening Primrose Plant: Wildflower In The Garden

By Caroline Bloomfield

Yellow evening primrose is a sweet little wildflower that does well in almost any part of the U.S. As the name suggests, the yellow evening primrose blooms at night. Learn more growing info in this article.

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