Oenothera drummondii growing herbaceous of the genus Oenothera also known as Beach evening primrose, Oenothera drummondii perennial evergreen or deciduous plant and can grow as annual also used ornamental ground cover drought tolerant plant that can grow on the beach, can grow in temperate, mediterranean, desert or subtropical climate and growing in hardiness zone: 8-11 (as perennial) 3-8 (as annual).

Leaves edible in green color in shape elliptic.

Oenothera drummondii flower

Flower color yellow bright color four petals.

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Requirements for Oenothera drummondii growing and care:

Well drain soil, sandy soil

What is the best way to start growing?
Plant / Seedling / Seed

Is it necessary to graft or use vegetative reproduction?
No

Difficulties or problems when growing:
Aggressive, invasive

Recommended planting season?
Spring

Pests and diseases:
?

Pruning season:
Autumn / Winter

How to prune:
Just for design

Size of the plant?
30-100 cm, 1-3 feet

Growth speed in optimal condition:
Fast growing / Medium growing

Water requirement:
Small amount of water / Average amount of water

Light conditions in optimal condition for growing:
Full Sun / Half Shade / Full Shade (no flowers)

Is it possible to grow as houseplant?
Yes

Growing is also possible in a planter /flowerpot / containers:
Yes

Blooming information

Bloom season:
Winter / Spring / Summer

General information about the flower
Yellow with four petals

Pollination is done by:
Bees, butterfly

Edible leaves

Leaves harvesting season:
Spring / Summer / Autumn

How to harvest the leaves?
Young leaves after the plants establish

Information about leaves:
Green leaves in shape elliptic

Uses of Oenothera drummondii leaves:
Salad, cooked

Scientific:

Oenothera drummondii

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