Ever think of this plant for your garden? It blooms at 4p.m. and closes early with the light. The fragrance is pure, intense and very heady. It’s exquisite. I have them in this very hot pink and also eye-searing chrome yellow.
If you get some (seeds), put them under a window that’s open at night where the breeze blows in. Sweeter than frangipani or roses and you will find yourself out in the dark to breathe their fragrance. They are pollinated by hummingbird moths.
Bayou George, FL, Sony W50 and a flashlight.