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Little did Marilyn and Jackson Overstreet realize, when they planted a slip of an Evening Primrose around the first of May, that they would become “hosts” of a different sort. Over 100 people have visited their home at dusk to witness one of nature’s spectacles. The Evening Primrose goes from bud to full bloom in about 30 minutes or less each night. The bloom remains open until about noon the next day, and then drops off. Over 1800 blooms have been counted since planting. The bloom has a fragrant, sweet smell.
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