Cleome serrulata

Cleome serrulata

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Rocky Mountain Bee Plant Category:

Description

Key Information:

Soil: Mesic (Medium) – Xeric (Dry)
Sun: Full Sun
Height: Up to 4 feet
Bloom Color: Pink
Bloom Season: July – August
Annual, will reseed

More Details:

Suggested Uses: Rocky Mountain Bee Plant is a drought tolerant species that does well in sandy and gravelly soils. Annual, will reseed.

Native Range:  Predominantly native to the western half of the contiguous U.S.  Native to Hennepin, Ramsey and Blue Earth counties in Minnesota.

Pollinators/Habitat: Produces lots of nectar and is very attractive butterflies and bees. Small birds eat the seeds.

Flowers:  Flowers develop in clusters that appear terminally on stems. Flowers range from light to dark pink, have 4 sepals each and have very long stamens.  Produces long, thin pods of seeds.

Leaves: Compound with 3 leaflets each.

Other Names: Spider Flower. Peritoma serrulata

More information: USDA Plant profile

Additional information

Weight 2 lbs
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