Misurinė nakviša (stambiavaisė nakviša) – Oenothera macrocarpa

Misurinė nakviša

PLANT NAME
Lithuanian plant nameMisurinė nakviša (stambiavaisė nakviša)
Latin plant nameOenothera macrocarpa Nutt.
English plant nameEvening Primrose
TYPE OF PARTERRE
  • Clump, beds (mixborder)
  • Pods
  • Flowerbed, parterres
  • Groups
  • Rockery, retaining walls
ASSORTMENTmain
GROWING PLACE CHARACTERISTICS
Soil
  • average wet soils
  • dry soils
Lighting
  • Heliophilous
Spacing, cmFrom 30 to 40
PLANT HEIGHT AND HABITUS
Height
  • short – 21-40 cm
Habitusflower with non-expressive habitus, for background
PLANTS ORNAMENTALITY
Leaf color
  • green
Blossom color
  • yellow, yellow tints
Blooming time
  • 1-st half of the summer - June 2-nd decade- July 2-nd decade
  • 2-nd half of the summer - July Third Decade - August
Blooming period2 months
General ornamentalityaverage decorative
Ornamentality duration, months4
Groupintermediate type perennial (grown 5-6 years)
Bioecological groupPerennial
PLANT PROPAGATION
Propagation methods: seeds, scrub division, cuttings. Oenothera tetragona is propagated by scrub division easily in Spring or Autumn . Scrub can be divided with rhizome part and planted at 20 - 30 cm space. The flower is propagated by cuttings in May. Oenothera missouriensis is propagated by cuttings in hotbeds. Seeds are sown in Spring or Autumn. Seeds of Oenothera tetragona are small. 250 seeds per 1 gram. 1000 seedlings per 10 grams of seeds sown. Seeds are sown in boxes, thin layer of soil is spread on. Sprouts are replanted. Oenothera missouriensis is propagated by seeds, because scrub division is not easy. Seeds are bigger, 250 seeds per 1 gr. 1000 seedlings per 10 grams are sown. Seeds are sown in boxes or hotbeds in Spring.

Comment

Your email will not be published. Fields are required *