Cleome serrulata (Rocky mountain beeplant)

Botanical Name: Cleome serrulata
Common Name: Rocky mountain beeplant
Plant Type: Wildflower

Sun Requirement(s): Full
Water Requirement(s): Low

Habitat(s): Disturbed areas, Prairies, Washes, open woods
Elevation: From 2000 to 7500 feet

Fall/Bloom Color(s): Pink

Blooms from June to Sept

Height: 48 Inches

ADDITIONAL NOTES:

Rocky Mountain Bee Plant is commonly found along disturbed sites along roads, meadows, and rangelands. Numerous clusters of nectar-filled flowers attract many pollinators including hummingbirds & bees. This plant has often been used for food, to make dyes for paint, and as a treatment in traditional medicine.