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Stemless Primrose

Natural History

The Stemless Primrose is a member of the Evening Primrose family. It has dark green leaves to 7 inches in length with ridged edges that grow in a flat circle from a central location. The plant grows between 3000-7500 ft on dry rocky slopes, and can bloom anytime between April and September and creates white flowers (which become pink with age) with 4 heart shaped petals to an inch and a half in width.

The Stemless Primrose is also called: tufted evening primrose, sandlily, rockrose & white stemless evening primrose.

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