As you may guess from the name, ‘Orange Crush’ four-o’clocks produce orange flowers. (The single, tubular blooms open in late afternoon, hence the moniker “four-o’clocks.” Unlike some four-o’clocks, though, this one has little fragrance; it’s all about the eye-catching flower color. ) The bushy plants grow to about 3 feet tall and bloom for months, from midsummer to frost. Full sun for best flowering. This easy-to-grow plant may be perennial in Zone 8 and south but is most often grown as an annual. It can also self-sow.
Harvested in 2020. At least 12 seeds.
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