Rhododendron campylogynum
Larry Thomas' Terrace Watercolor
Tufa with Saxes and Moss
Strawberry Planter
Larry Thomas
Campanula sp.
Terrace in Winter
Collection of Long Toms
Dracocephalum multicaule
Jovibarba heuffelii
Iberis sayana
Erythronium 'Pagoda'
Onosma caerulescens and Penstemon uintahensis
Lower Sand Bed
Zauschneria californica v etteri
Oxytropis multiceps
Sedum cauticola
Genista depressa
Phlox douglasii
Phlox subulata 'Betty'
Potentilla davurica v mandschurica
Driveway Ledges
Stream Garden
Douglasia montana
Crevice Garden
Paeonia mlokosewitschii
Penstemon davidsonii
Acantholimon saxifragiforme
Scent Garden
Safron Crocus
Lavender Colchicum
Asclepias syriaca
Butterfly Garden
Opuntia humifusa
Delosperma nubigenum

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Oenothera macrocarpa ssp. fremontii

Description and General Information:

Once known as O. missouriensis, the Ozark or Missouri sundrops is native to Nebraska and Kansas, where is grows on limestone bluffs and rocky prairies.  Plants have a sprawling habit and reach 15-30 cm high. The subspecies fremontii has narrow, elongate leaves with a silver shimmer. The solitary flowers are quite large for the size of the plant, measuring 7-10 cm in diameter, with four broad, yellow petals.  Flowers last a single day, opening in late afternoon then fading the next morning. The blooming season ranges from May to September.


This species requires full sun and a well-drained site.  It is...