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looking for stemless primrose (oenothera triloba) photo

Posted by kasha77 7 (kathysuleski@yahoo.com) on
Fri, Aug 29, 08 at 22:05

Hi-
I am searching for the yellow stemless primrose (oenothera triloba). It is a beautiful little ground hugging plant that blooms at dusk- the flowers shake & open before your very eyes! My mom gave me this plant before she passed away- I moved in the middle of winter, to the South, & couldn't take it with me. Any info on where I can find it would be greatly appreciated!
Thanks!
kasha77




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RE: looking for stemless primrose (oenothera triloba) photo

Kasha,
I have this plant. We call it Evening Primrose, or moonflower. I saw it at a friends house and fell in Love with it. I now have the joy of watching it open every evening spring - summer. It is still green but I think it would be best to wait till spring. I would send you some plants then. If you want seed I will have to dry them and you will not have flowers for 2 years.
gmom


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RE: looking for stemless primrose (oenothera triloba) photo

Would you still be willing to share some moonflowers? I had a plant that didn't survive my move to a new house, and I was not smart enough to save any seeds. They are such lovely plants!

Here is a link that might be useful: My old MoonFlower plant


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RE: looking for stemless primrose (oenothera triloba) photo

check out davesgarden.com


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RE: looking for stemless primrose (oenothera triloba) photo

you can purhase these seeds thru B & T worldwide seeds for quite a reasonable price. I just ordered some more


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