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100 Pink Punch Spider Seeds Clome Spinosa Perennial 1184 US Seller Flower Bee

100 Pink Punch Spider Seeds Clome Spinosa Perennial 1184 US Seller Flower Bee

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Cleomes aren't the most popular annuals sold at nurseries, and it might be because they look rather weedy as young seedlings. Cleomes usually do not start blooming until they are well established in the garden. Though they can be planted in early spring, many gardeners opt for a late fall seed sowing directly in garden soil.

Common Name

Cleomes, spider flower, Rocky Mountain bee plant, stinking clover

Botanical Name




Plant Type


Mature Size

1.5 to 5 feet tall and 1 to 2 feet wide

Sun Exposure

Full sun, part sun

Soil Type

Average, well-drained 

Soil pH

Acidic to neutral

Bloom Time




Cleome plants are easy to start in the garden from seed. Perhaps too easy because the plants can self-seed to the point of being a nuisance. The seeds need light to germinate, so you can just sprinkle them in the garden after the danger of frost is past and look for seedlings after ten days. Alternatively, sow them in the autumn, and they will germinate when conditions are just right in your garden the following growing season.

If you do allow the plants to self-seed, thin the newly emerging seedlings to allow at least 18 inches between plants. This improves the vigor of individual plants, encouraging the most blossoms from each plant. If you want to limit cleome’s self-seeding habit, remove the long seed pods that form.

How to Get Cleomes to Bloom

Fortunately for the home gardener, cleomes are quite easy plants to grow and maintain. A good watering habit will help establish them; once established, they are drought-resistant and respond well to pruning. Deadheading cleomes will encourage new growth while preventing it from self-seeding, thus keeping the garden neater.

Cleome Care

Averaging three to four feet in height, cleomes provide a welcome tall focal point in the annual garden, where compact bedding plants tend to rule. The pink, purple, white, and lavender flowers do not emit a noticeable fragrance, yet hummingbirds, butterflies, and hummingbird moths are drawn to these flowers all summer long.

Cleomes easily start from seed in the garden and tend to be hearty from germination, growing quickly. Once started, the plant seems to take care of itself. What is more, the upright stalks need no staking if they are growing in full, bright sun. This plant shrugs off pests and diseases.


Cleome flowers grow best in full sun, shady conditions can make them grow too tall and topple over. If you start with transplants, blossoms will appear from early summer until the first frost. Gardeners who grow cleome from seed usually see the first flowers in mid- to late-June, depending on the climate.


Cleomes do best in average garden soil or rich, well-drained garden loam.


Once established, cleomes are drought-tolerant. Add a three-inch layer of organic mulch to their planting bed, and you will decrease their water needs even further.

Temperature and Humidity

For successful germination, cleome seeds need higher-than-normal temperatures. Fluctuating day/night temperatures are essential for optimum germination. During the day, temperatures should range from 80 to 85 degrees Fahrenheit; nightly temperatures should stay between 68 and 70 degress Fahrenheit. The humidity should be from 90 to 100 percent. As the plant grows, the temperatures can be lower, from 75 to 80 degrees Fahrenheit during the day and 60 to 65 degrees Fahrenheit at night. Cleomes are not frost-tolerant.


If using good, well-drained soil and mulch, no fertilizer is necessary.


Store Policies

All seeds will come in a resalable plastic zip lock bag wrapped in a protectant so the seeds are not damaged by shipping machines. All seed packets contain no fillers or other weeds or seeds mixed in. Most have been harvested by hand & all test at a high germination rate.


Seed Count


All seed counts should be considered estimates as the seeds is packaged by hand, there is 2-3 more or less in a bag. We do our best to ensure accuracy and will often add extra seeds. However, all estimates are final.




Seeds will ship without tracking numbers. Items will be shipped 1-3 business days of receiving payment. Plants will be shipped via USPS. Shipping usually takes anywhere from 3-5 days. 


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Important, Please read

All seeds have been test sown to ensure germination. Please familiarize yourself with growing conditions and instructions for your seeds before you plant them, as all seeds are different. Basic growing instructions can be found under each listing.


We Cannot Guarantee how much you will be able to grow, as too many variables come into play, soil condition, your ability to garden, weather etc. I guarantee that they arrive as described and are in good viable condition and the germination rates are accurate.




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