Wildflowers of Southern Arizona
Four O'Clock (Nyctaginaceae) family.
A native perennial subshrub. The flowers are broadly funnel-shaped, 1 inch (2.5 cm) across, a darker pink color near the center, and have rounded, ruffled lobes and up-curved stamens. The flowers open in the evening and wilt by midmorning. The leaves are green, glandular-hairy, opposite, and oval to kidney-shaped. The stems branch to form green "wishbones" and are hairy, weak, sticky, and ascending to erect.
Santa Catalina Mountains
Babad Doag Vista
Location: Adjacent to west side of parking lot
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