The Rocky Mountain Beeplant, also known as Cleome serrulata, is a plant native to the western United States, including parts of the Rocky Mountains. It is an annual plant, meaning that it completes its life cycle within one growing season.
The Rocky Mountain Beeplant has thin, hairy stems and leaves, and is typically about 2-3 feet tall. Its flowers are pink or white and have four petals, and its seed pods are long and thin.
In terms of growing conditions, the Rocky Mountain Beeplant prefers well-drained soil and full sun. It is not winter hardy, so it must be grown during the warmer months of the year.
The Rocky Mountain Beeplant is not edible and should not be consumed. However, it can be used as a source of nectar for bees and other pollinators. It is also sometimes used as a colorful addition to garden beds.