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Oenothera speciosa


A beautiful pink wildflower with pink veins on its' four petals.


Found in a field next to our school. Habitat: Natural habitat includes prairies, woodlands, meadows, open fields to name a few.


Fun Facts: 1. The green part of this plant can be cooked and eaten or used uncooked in a salad. 2. This plant goes by a variety of common names: Pink Evening Primrose, Showy Evening Primrose, Mexican Evening Primrose, Showy Primrose, Pink Ladies, Buttercups, Pink Buttercups

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Thank you Tukup! It's always fun exploring with the students and learning fun facts!

Tukup 2 years ago

Great shot Dawn. And I really enjoy your Fun Facts. Thanks for sharing.

San Antonio, Texas, United States

Spotted on Apr 6, 2021
Submitted on Apr 14, 2021

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