Oenothera elata subsp. hookeri

Oenothera elata subsp. hookeri



  • Biennial or short-lived perennial herb, 1 to 6 feet tall
  • Hooker’s Evening Primrose is very similar to ssp. sutissima. Distinguished by the reddish glandular blister markings on the stems of hookeri.
  • Thrives in coastal areas and needs very little water
  • Found in Molate, Flatlands, Diablo, Niles Canyon and Valley sections, also reported in Bay hills section

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