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Wild Four O’Clock blooms summer to fall with flowers opening in the late afternoon and evening. This native perennial is found in South Utah, Colorado, Texas and north to Arizona on open, sandy hillsides. It is common in juniper and pinyon communities from 2500 to 6500 feet in elevation. Plants prefer dry, rocky soils, full sun to partial shade and low moisture conditions. Nocturnal insects and pollen-collecting bees, hummingbirds and quail are common visitors.