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Mirabilis - Four o'Clocks

Mirabilis - Four o'Clocks

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Includes: 10 tuberous roots

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SKU: 16033-10

Originating in Central and South America, Four o'clocks are grown for their full bushy form and fragrant flowers. But setting them apart from other garden inhabitants is the ability for a single plant to not only produce clusters of blossoms with stripes and splotches, but also flowers of several distinct colors. Blooms open in late afternoon, hence their common name and stay open, exuding fragrance, all night, making them ideal for encircling patios and porches where al fresco dinners are served.

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  • Planting Depth
    4-6"
  • Planting Proximity
    18-24"
  • Planting Season
    Spring
  • Plant Benefits
    Fragrant from afternoon to evening.
  • Water Quantity
    Moderate
  • Bloom Season
    Early to late summer
  • Sunlight Quantity
    Full Sun
  • Hardiness Zones
    Zones 9-11

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Annie Jernigan
Four - clocks .

Love these I have a yellow one would like the of rest the colors.

Thank you for your review. These lovely flowers have the ability for a single plant to not only produce clusters of blossoms with stripes and splotches, but also flowers of several distinct colors. We hope you enjoy their colors and heavenly fragrance!

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Sherry

Awesome bulbs—flowers are GROWING! So excited!

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dottie Carson
right on!

I have been living with 4 o'clocks these past 23 years. I inherited them at a house built in 1954 in South Florida. I have both seeds and tuberous plants. I think your descriptions and advise are right on. excellent. one bit of advise I would add is: when reducing the size of your plant, especially one with black seeds, simply break off the desired stem, walk to another area you wish to bring color, shake the seeds in the damp garden /ground and wait. next season or even sooner, you will have another 4 o'clock!
My question is: we are renovating and i must move a huge gardens, I have gathered about 40 yams i call them (tubarous pods). how do I store them 4 months until the new garden in ready for planting? I have never lived in the north. thank you.