The Q&A Archives: Cleome

Question: Will Cleome's grow in my area, and do you have some growing tips for me?

Answer: Cleome, or Spider Flower, grows in full sunshine in average, slightly dry soils, in all regions. It's a shrubby, branching plant topped in late summer and fall with many fluffly clusters of flowers with long, protruding stamens. If you water regularly, Cleome can self-sow and become vigorous and invasive.

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