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Oenothera villosa Thunb. subsp. villosa
Oenothera: from Greek oinos, "wine," and thera, "to imbibe," because an allied European plant was thought to induce a taste for wine
villosa: Latin for "with hairs"
|Plant: ||biennial/perennial forb|
|Flower: ||yellow, 4-parted, 3/4"-2" wide|
|Fruit:||capsule, seeds without tufts of hair at the top|
|Notes: ||very similar to O. biennis, O. parviflora, and O. oakesiana|