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Oenothera fruticosa 'subsp. glauca'


Oenothera fruticosa ssp. glauca is a native subspecies of Oenothera fruticosa, distinguishable by slightly larger leaves with a reddish tint and speckles of maroon when young. The ssp. glauca has somewhat lighter yellow flowers, though still as eye-catching as the straight species floral display. Most other characteristics are the same as Oenothera fruitcosa.

  • »  Slightly larger leaves than straight species
  • »  Red fall foliage
  • »  Summer bloom

Additional Information
Height 1-3 ft
Spread 1-2 ft
Hardiness Zone 3-8
Detailed Description for Oenothera 'subsp. glauca'

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