The primrose moth sleeps the day away inside the lovely flower of the roadside wildflower, common evening primrose. Note these are not the primula primroses that the florists and supermarkets sell in early springtime when we are so flower-hungry! These are native, and related to the larger garden flower we call sundrops. Aren't the little moths lovely? You have only to look inside a few of the sunny blooms to spy on one of these sleeping beauties.