Like bats and raccoons, flowers that bloom at night are considered “nocturnal.” These include the evening primrose, which is famous for its medicinal purposes, Angel’s trumpet, whose leaves contain the narcotic stramonium, and the Casablanca Lily, prized as an ornamental blossom. Below is an article about nocturnal wildlife. Unfortunately, these unique plants can be negatively affected by light pollution, which sometimes disrupts insect pollination.
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