In a beautiful garden I was struck by this very particular flower which is commonly called "Enotera" or "Mexican enotera", "enagra bella" and is native to North America.
It is a flower that does not have great needs and can be easily cultivated even on poor soils.
Its flowers, generally pink butalso yellow or white, with darker streaks, are formed by 4 large petals with 8 stamens and form beautiful colored and very delicate bushes. In a well-kept garden they are a beautiful presence because of their intense and abundant flowering that lasts from May to September. You can also have the all-white variety and the particularity of this resistant bush is the red color that the leaves take in autumn.
The root of this bush was used to flavor wine
I find it beautiful and I share these photos of you with you.
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