(Mirabilis jalapa) [Introduced 1982 by SESE. Our neighbor brought this heirloom back from her mother’s home town in Spain where this flower is locally known as Don Pedro's.] Unlike modern Four O’Clocks it has beautiful variegated flowers. Flowers are primarily magenta or yellow. On some plants both color types occur, on other plants the flowers are variegated striped or spotted. Flowers open about 4:00 in the afternoon and in the evening are pollinated by large hawk moths and sphinx moths. Ht. 18 in. Pkt (2 g, 20 seeds)