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light dependent blooms

Posted by ChocoChris z5 Chgo IL (My Page) on
Mon, Sep 27, 04 at 14:18

We are searching for flowers that bloom at different times of day to plant around a sundial. I've been able to find evening primrose, four o'clocks, the obvious morning glory and its relatives like the moon flower. Is anyone aware of any other plants that bloom this way. My internet searching has not been too successful. This is for part of a children's garden that will focus on the idea of time and how some plants bloom at certain times of day.

Thanks for any and all advice!

Take care,

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