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064 EVENING PRIMROSE

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Flint Hills, Kansas. Like a diamond in the rough, the wedding-dress white of an evening primrose shines in the new summer greens of a tallgrass prairie, providing one of the first splashes of color to a processional of blooming wildflowers that will last nearly five months. The evening primrose will begin blooming as early as mid-May and will linger through mid-summer, opening its petals in the cool of the evening then closing them during the heat of the day. It is often found in rocky tallgrass and mixed grass prairies, along roadsides and other disturbed sites.
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MICHAEL FORSBERG PHOTOGRAPHY .100 N 8TH STREET, SUITE 150.LINCOLN, NE 68508.402.477.5030
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Flint Hills, Kansas. Like a diamond in the rough, the wedding-dress white of an evening primrose shines in the new summer greens of a tallgrass prairie, providing one of the first splashes of color to a processional of blooming wildflowers that will last nearly five months. The evening primrose will begin blooming as early as mid-May and will linger through mid-summer, opening its petals in the cool of the evening then closing them during the heat of the day. It is often found in rocky tallgrass and mixed grass prairies, along roadsides and other disturbed sites.