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Mexican Evening Primrose
Pink Buttercups, Pink Ladies, Buttercups
South-central US and northern Mexico
About This Plant
Sun or partial shade. An herbaceous perennial, dying back to the roots in cold weather. Very pretty, with pink blooms in spring and often throughout the warm season, forming low-growing colonies. Uncommon in the horticultural trade, but common as a wildflower.
Spreads freely and forms dense mats in moist settings.