Rocky Mountain Beeplants are native annual wildflowers in the western, central, and northern United States and southern Canada. They can get two to five feet tall. They are self and insect pollinated plants. They are also known as: Pink Bee-Plant, Bee Spider Flower, Toothed Spider Flower, Skunk Weed, or Stink Weed. Here are a few of the many I see in the Flagstaff area.
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I love these flowers and so do the bees. I had a wildflower packet given to me by a friend that was called “bee seed” or something like that from some conservation group that I have been trying to trace down because the wildflowers from this packet have been blooming for two months straight. The bee flower has gone to seed and has the neatest seed pods. I love all wildflowers!
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