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Cleome ~The 4th Sister

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Cleome is a wonderful flowering beauty you can add to your homestead to attract pollinators! It appears to do well in many places and has striking beauty. If conditions are right, this annual will reseed itself. One variety is also known as "The 4th Sister" as it was planted with what is known as "The 3 Sisters." Be sure to add this to your gardens. The bees and butterflies will certainly thank you! Enjoy & thanks for watching! xo Like, Subscribe and Share! Like us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Appalachias-Homestead-with-Patara- 260231104167465/ Baker Creek Heirloom Seeds: http://www.rareseeds.com/spider-plant-mix/
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terry caldwell (7 months ago)
Love the spider web plant, my grandmother had these ,so I have been growing them for years ,there one of my favorite plants and the seeds are endless
Janice B (9 months ago)
never heard of these before today. just bought some seeds at Dollar Tree. I will be sure to put them by my 3 sisters.
terry caldwell (7 months ago)
Janice B. You will never have to buy seeds again they produce hundreds of seeds
decoratingyourworld (9 months ago)
I"m in Nashville and new to Tn how do these do with the Japanese beetles?? thanks
terry caldwell (7 months ago)
decoroaring your world no the beetles will not bother the plants,they love roses,and other plants but not spider web plants
Becky Grimsley (1 year ago)
One of my favorite flowers
Michael Cooke III (2 years ago)
thank you nice video meow
The Dutch Homesteader (2 years ago)
Thank you for sharing! Did not know the plant, sounds like something I want to try here in the Netherlands :)
Linda Smith (2 years ago)
Do you grow bee balm?
Pammie Doodle (2 years ago)
I love cleome'! My grandmother always had a bunch of these growing everywhere! I'm glad you made this video because I'm gonna buy some seed. I'd forgotten all about these beauties! By the way, have you ever heard of red ones? Don't know if they actually exist, but I read a letter in a magazine several years ago where a lady has sharing seeds from her "red" ones.
HardWayFarms (2 years ago)
The bees need all the help they can get! Great tip!
suesueg74 (2 years ago)
I think I had some of those  when we first moved in but the hubby cut them all down, but I can say we didn't know very much of anything we have learned a lot about a lot of stuff and I may just buy some more.
terry caldwell (7 months ago)
suesueg74 they are beautiful plants, when. The season blooming is over they will produce thousands of new seeds ,so you will never have to buy spider web seeds again
Great video! Glad you are back to making your videos. I know you have been busy with the conference, but I am glad to see your other videos coming back. The conference looked like it was a great success from the videos I watched. Great job!!
+Hancock Homestead & Gardens Thank you! xoxo

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