White-flowered four-o’clocks (Mirabilis jalapa ‘Alba’) produce bushy, free-flowering plants that usually reach about 3 feet tall (though possibly to around 6 feet in ideal conditions) and bloom for months, from midsummer to frost. The tubular flowers open from late afternoon to early morning and are outstanding for evening fragrance in a “moon garden.” Full sun for best flowering. Four-o’clocks may be perennial in Zone 8 and south but are most often grown as annuals.
Harvested in July through September 2023. At least 12 seeds. Shipping to US addresses only.
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