Twinkle, Twinkle, Garden Stars
These third-shift flowers shine when darkness falls, brightening your yard into the wee hours.
This fragrant night bloomer is a moth magnet. On nights when the moon is full, the luminous glow of the white flowers is absolutely captivating.
A favorite of hummingbird moths, this large lemon-scented flower opens at dusk and closes back up in the morning.
Devil’s Trumpet & Angel’s Trumpet
Both flowers open in the evening, and with their powerful fragrance, they attract large hawk moths. Devil’s trumpets (right) open upward, while angel’s trumpets hang downward. A word of caution: Like moonflowers, they are toxic if ingested.