Rocky Mountain Beeplant

Rocky Mountain Beeplant, Phantom Canyon Road, Gold Belt National Scenic Byway, Colorado, August 26, 2004

Phantom Canyon Road, Gold Belt National Scenic Byway, Colorado, August 26, 2004

Cleome serrulata (Rocky Mountain Beeweed, Rocky Mountain Beeplant, Bee Spiderflower, stinking clover, Navajo spinach) is a species of Cleome, native to western North America from southern British Columbia, east to Minnesota and Illinois, and south to New Mexico and northernmost California. It is also naturalized further east in North America. (Wikipedia)

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