Common name: Four O'clocks
Four O'clocks are native to South America, but they grow very well in many parts of the US. In the cooler regions, they must be grown as annuals since they don't tolerate extreme cold very well.
The Four O'clock's lovely bell-shaped flowers can be found in yellow, red, magenta, pink, white, or a combination thereof.
They do very well in most types of soil. While they do best in full sun they also grow in partial shade. Four O'clocks spread easily so they make an excellent ground cover as well as a great addition to any flower garden.
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