Mirabilis species

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Scientific Name Mirabilis linearis USDA PLANTS Symbol
MILI3
Common Name Narrow-leaf Four O'clock ITIS Taxonomic Serial No.
19651
Family Nyctaginaceae (Four O'clock) SEINet
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Description Semi-desert to foothills life zones, roadsides, trails, open areas; spreading perennial 8 to 40 inches tall, light green stems; narrow opposite leaves 1 to 4 inches long; many small pink blossoms about 1/2 inch across in clusters of three (often only one blooming at a time). Descr. excerpt from www.swcoloradowildflowers.com Colorado Status
Native
Scientific Name Mirabilis oxybaphoides USDA PLANTS Symbol
MIOX
Common Name Spreading Four O'clock ITIS Taxonomic Serial No.
19657
Family Nyctaginaceae (Four O'clock) SEINet
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Description Semi-desert to foothills life zones, roadsides, trails, open areas; spreading perennial 3-5 across and up to several feet tall tall, light green stems; heart-shaped leaves up to 3 inches long; many small pink blossoms about 1/2 inch across in clusters of three (often only one blooming at a time). Descr. excerpt from www.swcoloradowildflowers.com Colorado Status
Native

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