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Cleome is the tall pinkish flower that blooms in wide "spider-like" flowers. Annual....
This is Wild Cleome "discovered" by Lewis & Clark, great for meadows. To 5 ft. for mid to late bloom. Annual....
Cleome is a tall wildflower, with up-to 5’ tall pinkish blooms that sway in the wind and add sprays of color to the landscape. Happiest in full sun, this easy-to-grow species can tolerate a wide range of soils. Choose Rocky Mountain Bee Plant for very dry sites and drought tolerance, and Spider Plant for average soils and intricate, fireworks-shaped blooms. Both varieties attract native bees and beneficial insects.