Rose evening primrose
Rose evening primrose , scientific name:Oenothera rosea , is a perennial herb of the family onagraceae. A kind of evening primrose (waiting for evening grass) was introduced from South America, Feral and seen on roadsides across the country. 5-small 4 petaled flowers deep pink blooms in September, has yellow-green at the base. And palmately lobed leaves are lanceolate in shallow wiggly tooth, leaf border conflicts. Many yellow and white flowers of the genus oenothera this flower blooms in red. It is used for greening gardens, flower beds, roadside, and it is suitable for a night view because it can make fragrant flowers bloom at night.
Common name:Rose evening primrose ,Scientific name:Oenothera rosea ,also known as: aqabanayuugheshaw (red flower sunset makeup) ,origin: South America, Habitat: Japan national environment: roadside wild in the life type: perennial, Wildflower, plant height: 30-50 cm, stem color, like red leaf shape: lanceolate, leaf: 3-5 cm, and Red veins in the leaf margin: shallow wave-like serrated, phyllotaxis: alternate, flowers form: single apical inflorescence, flower: damask Like yellow petals at the base, petals number: 4-(4-petaled flower), flower diameter:1~1.5cm, flower length: 3-5 cm, flowering time: May-September, daytime-evening floral flower stamens number: eight, anther colour: white, fruit capsule and ripens fruit, fruit-shaped section with 8 sides 4 crack