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Rocky Mountain beeplant

Cleome serrulata


This Rocky Mountain beeplant was found growing next to a railroad grade at the Milner Recreation site, Idaho. This plant was about 3.5' tall, had trifoliate leaves and a strong odor.


Found growing in gravel along a railroad grade next to big sagebrush, cheatgrass, tumblemustard and forage kochia.


This plant has been used as a source of food, medicine and dye since prehistoric times.

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Idaho, USA

Spotted on Jul 10, 2013
Submitted on Jul 14, 2013

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