Cleome Rocky Mountain Beeplant Flower Seeds (Cleome Serrulata) 50+Seeds
Cleome (Cleome Serrulata Rocky Mountain Beeplant) - This native grows quickly from flower seeds, blooms heavily, and then dies off with the first heavy frost. The good news is Cleome plants are good self-seeders. This means it will drop its flowers seeds as it is dying off and those flowers seeds will often germinate the following spring if they make good contact with the soil. This Cleome plant is rich in nectar and bees adore the blooms giving it the common name of Rocky Mountain Bee Plant. Cleome seeds can be sown in late fall or early spring, on the surface of prepared soil. Cold will actually help break the dormancy of the flower seeds.
Many are familiar with common garden Cleome or Spider Flower. Rocky Mountain Beeplant is a North American wild version of the garden plant. It is characterized as having large fluffy flower heads of small complex flowers, and the shades range from pink to lavender. Cleome Rocky Mountain Bee Plant will bloom mid to late season to give you a colorful display that you will enjoy. Native Americans used the foliage, stems, seeds and flowers of Cleome plants as important pot herbs.
USDA Zones: 3 - 10
Height: 24 - 48 inches
Bloom Season: Summer
Bloom Color: Pink and lavender
Environment: Full sun