In July, just after the black sage in my front yard finishes blooming, the Hooker’s evening primrose sends up stalks of yellow flowers. The stalks grow taller each day with new buds at their tips. Early evening, the buds open, each one unfurling four heart-shaped petals creased down the middle and joined at the base.Read More
<meta name="description=" content="The Saint Alabaster blog, full of insider tips and botanical fun facts."
Filtering by Tag: native plants