Commonly known as redwhisker clammyweed or dwarf cleome, Polanisia dodecandra grows to about 2 feet tall and blooms from midsummer into fall. The white flowers have long, pinkish stamens that give them a whiskery appearance. The name “clammy” part of the common name comes from the stickiness of the leaves and stems and “weed” from the fact that it can self-sow freely, but here, at least, it’s never been troublesome. U.S. native. Full sun. Annual.
Harvested in August 2021. At least 20 seeds.
Please read the germination information as well before ordering.