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Mirabilis Jalapa

Scientific NameMirabilis Jalapa
Common NameFour O’clock
FamilyNyctaginaceae
HabitHerbaceous
Growth FormBushy
Mature Size12-36” High
FlowersSpring To Summer, Late Afternoon to Evening
HardinessZones 7-11
Sun RequirementsFull Sun
Water RequirementsAverage to Dry
Soil RequirementsClay, Sandy, Loamy, Dry or Wet Soil
Other InfoFragrant Flowers
Attracts Birds, Butterflies and Hummingbirds
Deer Resistant
Good For Containers