Note that botanists have recently reclassified and named this species Oenothera lindheimeri. Here at Heritage Perennials, we'll continue to list it under it’s more commonly familiar Latin name for now. This compact selection has both attractive foliage and flowers. It forms a bushy mound of green leaves, edged in cream and flushed with pinkish red. Wands of small, deep-pink silky blooms rise taller, flowering for months on end. Excellent in containers or along the front to middle of a sunny border. Needs good drainage. Bred and introduced by Steve Eggleton of New Zealand. USPP#17002: unlicensed propagation prohibited. Registered with COPF.