The Dirty Gardener Rocky Mountain Bee Plant Cleome Serrulata Flowers - 100 Seeds
Cleome serrulata (syn. Peritoma serrulata), commonly known as rocky mountain bee plant/bee weed, stinking-clover, bee spider-flower, skunk weed, Navajo spinach,  and guaco  is an annual plant in the genus cleome. Many species of insects are attracted to it, especially bees, which helps in the pollination of nearby plants. It is native to southern Canada and western and central United States. The rocky mountain bee plant blooms in large lovely clusters of pinkish purple flowers. Bloom time: summer. Hardiness zone: annual. Light requirements: sun . . . Soil / water: average.
- Add some unique flair to gardens with these unusual annual flowers
- Produces large, lovely clusters of pinkish purple flowers
- Grows from 3 to 4 feet tall and prefers full sun
- Attracts many species of insects including bees and butterflies
- Non-GMO seeds have great germination rates