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Plants the only bloom at night

Posted by ketchums68 z6 KY (My Page) on
Sat, Oct 1, 05 at 11:26

I am hoping to find suggestions of plants/flowers that only bloom at night. Anyone have any thoughts??? I know of Moonflowers and Some varieties of 4 o'clocks.


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Nicotiana and Yucca. I think Vesper Iris is another but I am not positive about that.


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RE: Plants the only bloom at night

This is an old post, but I have some night bloomers that weren't mentioned...Greek Mullein- which is super fragrant, almost lily-like. Hemerocallis Citrina-a yellow night blooming lily that is also fragrant. Acidanthera is also another one. Of course, Daturas and Brugmansias and Epiphyllum Oxypetalum. Oh, and night scented stock, night blooming phlox, and dark purple petunias-surprisingly fragrant!

There are many others, but this is just what I have right now.

HW


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