cleome lutea?

plantsaround(z5MI)May 15, 2007


Anyone know of a source for either a small plant or seeds of cleome lutea? I saw lots of plants all over utah last year? Thanks Cola

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Hi Cola, not sure if you have had any comments about your search for Cleome lutea, here follows some items I found on my search. Send an email to the Southwest Colorado Wildflowers and Native Plant Society, located in Four Corners, Colorado. E: I would think that maybe their socity might offer a few seeds from some of the plants that might be growing in one of their botanical gardens, worth sending an E to inquire. I would be intersted to know your comments and findings, if any.
Regards, Mike, May 22, 2007; E:

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