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Oenothera Biennis Seeds (Evening Primrose)

6,00 105,00 

  • Evening Primrose seeds for growing your own plants
  • Beautiful yellow flowers that bloom from June to September
  • Adaptable to various soil types and climate conditions
  • Good source of essential fatty acids
  • Supports hormone balance and skin health
  • Boosts the immune system
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Oenothera Biennis Seeds: Sow the seeds of Evening Primrose and reap the benefits of its delicate yellow flowers and adaptability to various soil types and climate conditions!

Evening Primrose is a beautiful biennial plant that produces clusters of delicate yellow flowers from June to September. It is a popular choice for gardeners of all levels, as it is easy to grow and maintain.

Oenothera Biennis Seeds

Evening Primrose is also known for its adaptability. It can thrive in a variety of soil types and climate conditions, making it a great choice for gardeners in all regions.

Growing Instructions

Evening Primrose seeds can be sown directly in the garden in the spring, after the last frost has passed. Sow the seeds directly on the surface of moist, well-drained soil and cover with a light sprinkling of soil. The ideal temperature for germination is 18–20 °C. Germination takes approximately 2–3 weeks.

Evening Primrose prefers a moderately fertile, well-drained soil in full or partial sun. Cut back the plants after flowering to encourage new growth.

Order your Oenothera biennis seeds today and add a touch of beauty to your garden!

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