||Evening Primrose (Onagraceae)
||Dunes, meadows, fields, roadsides
||Many pale yellow flowers each 1-2″ wide form a cluster. Each flower has 4 broad, yellow petals with a blunt end, notched tips, and an X-shaped stigma.
||Leaves are narrow and alternate on the lower half of the stem. Leaves are rough to the touch and often tinged with red along the edge.
||Stems are stout, erect, hollow, and contain a milky juice. Fruit is in a green pod container with lengthwise ridges. The flowers are pollinated by Sphinx Moths at night.