For a novice I can think of no other flower like the ol' time 4 O'clock. It takes little effort on the part of the grower, smells great and the hummers love it! Submitted by bonnie
- Zones: 7 - 11 (Can be grown as an annual elsewhere and the tubers can be lifted and over-wintered.)
- Colors: Red, Pink, Yellow, Cream
- Height: 3 - 4' Width: 15 - 18"
- Bloom Period: Mid-Summer
- Exposure: Full Sun
- Notes: Plant parts are poisonous if ingested. Called 4 O'clocks because they bloom in late afternoon.
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