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Weeds and Plant Identification
Common eveningprimrose - Oenothera biennis

Plant

Flower

Rosette
 

 
Common eveningprimrose Oenothera biennis L.
Onagraceae (Eveningprimrose family)
 
Life cycle
Usually an erect biennial or winter annual. Occasionally a summer annual.
 
Leaves
Alternate, narrow oval-shaped, smooth to slightly wavy leaf margins, with distinctive pink to white midveins. Leaves initially develop from a basal rosette.
 
Stems
Erect, semiwoody, approaching 5 feet in height. Stem usually branches only at the top and may be visible through the winter.
 
Flowers and fruit
Flowers are yellow, attached to fused sepals forming a tube and found in terminal spikes. Seed capsules are woody, cylinder-shaped and thickest near the bottom.
 
Reproduction
Seeds.
 
Similar weeds
Cutleaf eveningprimrose (O. laciniata Hill)
Differs by having a prostrate to moderately erect, branching stem; wavy and coarsely toothed leaves; yellow to reddish flowers in the upper and middle leaf axils; and linear, cylinder-shaped seed capsules.

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