What an exotic, tropical looking flower for your sunny garden! I'm trying out a few annuals that 'reseed readily' and one of these is Cleome. It's native to Argentina, Paraguay, Uruguay, and SE Brazil. People swear it is 'easy to grow'. Ever heard that before? Some even say it becomes a weed. What a beautiful problem. It likes to wilt during the hot part of the day, but seems to recover with a tad bit of water. It likes well-drained soil, so I'll put it behind my agave bed in half day sun. So far, any plant that can be transplanted in JULY is my kind of flower. My pet baby grasshopper, Ralph, likes the leaves. Ralph is pictured on the white flower below. As long as Ralph doesn't invite a few hundred friends, he can stay.