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OENOTHERA m. subsp. incana (SILVER BLADE®)
(e-NOTH-er-a) (mak-roe-KAR-pa)
OENOSB3
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Common Name: Evening Primrose, Sundrops
Description: 1999 Plant Select®. Southern Great Plains plant introduced by James Locklear, formerly of Nebraska Statewide Arboretum. Silvery-blue leaves complimented by huge, clear yellow flowers from May til frost. Drought tolerant perennial. Best on well-drained sites.
Zone: 4
PlantSelect Rock Garden Wild Flower Full Sun Partial Shade Ground Cover

OENOTHERA macrocarpa [missouriensis]
(e-NOTH-er-a) (mak-roe-KAR-pa)
OENOMA3
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Common Name: Missouri Primrose
Description: RHS Award of Garden Merit. Large, deep yellow flowers; sprawling plant with glossy, dark green leaves.
Zone: 4
Rock Garden Wild Flower Full Sun Partial Shade

OENOTHERA macrocarpa 'Comanche Campfire'
(e-NOTH-er-a) (mak-roe-KAR-pa)
OENOCC3
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Common Name: Evening Primrose, Sundrops
Description: 2001 GreatPlantsTM Introduction. The large, shiny silver, drought and sun resistant leaves are complimented by glowing ruby stems topped with huge, delicious yellow flowers until fall. Cutting propagated from an outstanding seedling grown from seed collected in Western Oklahoma by the GreatPlants for the Great Plains group of Nebraska. Limited supply after 4/15.
Zone: 4
Great Plants Rock Garden Full Sun Partial Shade

OENOTHERA macrocarpa subsp. fremontii
(e-NOTH-er-a) (mak-roe-KAR-pa)
OENOFR3
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Common Name: Evening Primrose, Sundrops
Description: Large, light yellow flowers beginning in May; most have glaucous leaves, narrower than species. Drought tolerant plants, native to NE & KS.
Zone: 4
Great Plants Rock Garden Wild Flower Full Sun Partial Shade

OPHIOPOGON japonicus 'Pygmaeus'
(oh-fee-oh-POE-gon) (ja-PON-ih-kus)
OPHIPY3
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Common Name: Lilyturf, Mondo Grass
Description: Miniature with tightly packed, rich green leaves. Slow growing. Use in the trough or dish garden.
Zone: 5
Rock Garden Full Sun Partial Shade Ground Cover

OROSTACHYS aggregeatus
(or-oh-STAK-ees) (ag-GREG-ee-a-tus)
OROSAG3
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Common Name: Dunce Caps
Description: Neat, green, succulent rosettes from the Far East for the rock garden. White creamy flowers in late summer. No wet feet in winter.
Zone: 5
Rock Garden Full Sun

OROSTACHYS iwarenge
(or-oh-STAK-ees) (iwa-renge)
OROSIW3
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Common Name: Dunce Caps
Description: Choice, low, gray, succulent rosettes.
Zone: 5
Rock Garden Full Sun

OROSTACHYS malacophyllus
(or-oh-STAK-ees) (ma-la-KO-fill-us)
OROSMA3
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Common Name: Dunce Caps
Description: Very large rosettes of pale green with young pups on the underside. An eye-catcher for the rock garden.
Zone: 5
Rock Garden Full Sun

OROSTACHYS minutum
(or-oh-STAK-ees) (my-NEW-tum)
OROSMI3
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Common Name: Dunce Caps
Description: A classy, petite, Hen & Chick-like succulent with narrow, pointed, fleshy blue leaves. Needs a well-drained site.
Zone: 6
Rock Garden Full Sun

OROSTACHYS spinosus
(or-oh-STAK-ees) (spine-OH-sus)
OROSSP3
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Common Name: Dunce Caps
Description: One of the finest. Similar to miniature Sempervivum and appears to have a white leaf margin. Stunning plant in the trough or rock garden.
Zone: 4
Rock Garden Full Sun

OTHONNA capensis
(o-THON-a) (ka-PEN-sis)
OTHOCA3
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Common Name: Little Pickles
Description: Blue-green, cylindrical leaves with stems of bright yellow daisies above foliage. A succulent Senecio selection for the sunny rock garden brought from Drakenberg Mountains of South Africa by Denver Botanic Garden's Panayoti Kelaidis.
Zone: 5
Rock Garden Full Sun