|oz./1000 sq. ft.|
Broken Colors Four O’Clock has bi-colored and mottled flowers in shades of pink, red, rose, white, and yellow. This old-time garden favorite gets its common name from its late afternoon to early morning bloom time. It is a tender perennial that forms tubers, and flowers are fragrant and trumpet-shaped. Attracts birds and butterflies. Plants are easy to grow and thrive almost anywhere, reseeding readily.