PlantsFlowering PlantsFour-o'clocks & SpiderlingsFour O'clock — Genus Mirabilis
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White Four O'clock —  Mirabilis albida [1]
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Lonestar Four O'clock —  Mirabilis austrotexana [1]
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Giant Four O'clock —  Mirabilis gigantea [1]
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Smooth Four O'clock —  Mirabilis glabra [1]
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Flat-top Four O'clock —  Mirabilis glabrifolia [1]
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Hairy Four O'clock —  Mirabilis hirsuta [1]
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Marvel-of-Peru —  Mirabilis jalapa [1]
Flowers red/white/yellow/orange.
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Four-o'clock —  Mirabilis latifolia [2,3]
Leaves opposite. Flowers tubular, petals absent, sepals 4-5. Stamens 1-9. Flowering Jun-Oct.
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Linear-leaf Four-o'clock —  Mirabilis linearis [1]
Leaves opposite. Flowers tubular, petals absent, sepals 4-5. Stamens 3-5. Flowering May-Jun,Aug-Oct.
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Sweet Four O'clock —  Mirabilis longiflora [1]
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Mirabilis melanotricha [1]
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Colorado Four O'clock —  Mirabilis multiflora [1]
Wild Four-o'clock
Wild Four-o'clock —  Mirabilis nyctaginea [1,4]
Leaves opposite. Flowers tubular, petals absent, sepals 4-5. Stamens 3-5. Flowering Apr-May.
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Smooth Spreading Four O'clock —  Mirabilis oxybaphoides [1]
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Texas Four O'clock —  Mirabilis texensis [1]
Evidence that species is found in Texas:
  1. USDA Plants Database, advanced search for Texas plants from the United States Department of Agriculture.
  2. Checklist of the Vascular Plants of Collin County, Texas, Nelson Rich, Department of Biology, Collin County Community College, Revised 15 June 2007.
  3. Connemara Conservancy, complete list of plants compiled by Texas Master Naturalists Jim Varnum, Carol Clark, Rich Jaynes, RJ Taylor, and others.
  4. Rick's iNaturalist observations, nature observations of Richard K. Murphy. Identifications are not necessarily confirmed by other users.