As dusk falls, witness a magical garden metamorphosis. 17 night-blooming treasures, from the mystic Evening Primrose to the captivating Night-Blooming Cereus, weave tales in moonlit elegance, perfuming the night air.
The Evening Primrose, living up to its name, releases its lemon-like fragrance from evening till night. Beyond its beauty, its leaves, seeds, and oil boast various medicinal uses, making it a multifaceted addition to your garden.
Known as the ‘Devil’s trumpet,’ the Datura boasts toxic blooms, demanding careful placement away from pets and children. Its presence near roadside trees or gardens adds a touch of mystery to the night.
Thriving in moist soil, this colorful flower attracts bees, insects, and butterflies. A word of caution – it’s mildly toxic, making it essential to keep it away from pets and children. Ideal for USDA Zones 7-10.
Unfurling its petals in the late afternoon, the Four O’Clocks emanate a lemony, spicy fragrance in various shades. Their vibrant presence adds a splash of color to the night. Thriving in USDA Zones 7-11.
With shades of pink, white, red, or green, Nicotiana is a sweetly scented night bloomer that can be grown from both seeds and cuttings. Adaptable to USDA Zones 10-11, Nicotiana prefers well-drained soil and full sun.