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Cleomes a favorite in gardens because of their attractive leaves and flowers have , and their ability to take the heat. Unlike some plants that fade in the mid-summer heat, cleomes keep right on performing.

The Cleomes in early summer blooming strong and continue to bloom throughout the season. The flowers can be white, pink or purple and often attract hummingbirds .

Cleomes often self-seed, which means that you will have plants in the same position year year. However, certain newer varieties such as Senorita Rosalita , are sterile and do not produce seeds.

The flowers are produced along stems that up to 5 meters high, depending on the variety grown. The flowers start at the bottom of the stalk flourish and progress upward as summer stretches up.

This high flower stems make cleomes large plants for adding height at the back of a flower bed. A cute dwarf variety that reliably good performance Linde Armstrong . This blooming pink cleome will only get 18 to 24 inches tall, and tends to have a fuller form than other varieties.

Many older varieties have can discourage strong spines on the trunk and a somewhat skunky odor. An advantage of the newer varieties is that most are thorns and odorless.

Cleomes can be planted as transplants from seed or. If you start from seed, you should thin the seedlings after they sprout. Varieties that work well if they contain seeds of Kirschkönigin, Mauve Queen Pink Queen, Purple Queen, Rose Queen and Queen Ruby .

Cleomes grown work best when planted in a place that has well-drained soil and gets full sun, but they can take some shade.

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