An erect, annual herb, cleome plants are also known as spiderplants, clammyweed, stinkflower and stinkweed or as beeweeds or beeplants. They grow rapidly and have slender flowering stalks. The flowers can be white, yellow, pink, rose or lavender. Cleome...
Cleome (Cleome hasslerana) starts blooming when it is only 1 foot or so high,
and keeps growing higher until it is 4 to 5 feet tall and spreads 1 to 2 feet.
Dec 2, 2006 ... A friend gave me a packet of Cleome Seeds which I kept intending to plant this
summer. Most of the time, they have spent in a refrigerator.
Feb 27, 2015 ... Growing cleomes is a simple and rewarding garden adventure. Planting cleomes
is often necessary only once, as this attractive annual flower ...
At 3 to 6 feet, cleome
flowers are tall enough to be planted
in the back row of a planting
bed . Although an annual, it re-seeds readily. Cleome
flowers also come in the colors, pink and purple. More »
If cleome flowers aren't among some of the most popular annuals sold at home
improvement stores and nurseries, it may be due in part to their homely ...
Annual Flower. Also known as Spider Flower Cleome hasslerana.
Capparidaceae Family Synonym: Cleome pungens, Cleome spinosa. A tall
annual that fills ...
The old-fashioned open-pollinated cleome typically served as a back-of-the-
border plant, with a height of 5 feet or more. Newer hybrids, smaller and bushier ...
Learn how to grow cleome in the garden in this article. Includes information on
planting, growing and varieties of cleome in New England.
How to Grow Cleome. Cleome, commonly referred to as the "spider flower" or "
spider plant," is a sturdy flowering shrub that thrives in warm, humid weather.