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Bee Balm

Bee Balm is perennial in zones 4 to 9 and can take partial shade. The leaves smell of orange and spice, and attract bees and hummingbirds.

Hummingbird favorite, perennial - Bee Balm  (Monarda) | lamiales

Bee Balm (Monarda Didyma) also called wild bergamot -Flowers summer to early autumn

Monarda, commonly called bee balm, lives up to its name when it comes to a favorite of bees. Its crown-shape blooms appear in mid to late summer and is a nice addition to a perennial border. Varieties are available in shades of red, blue, violet, white or pink. The foliage is dark green. Name: Monarda Growing conditions: Full sun Size: 2-4 feet tall; 1-1/2-3 feet wide Zones: 4-9

Flowers That Attract Bees

Deer Busters: The Top Deer-Resistant Plants for the Northeast - bee balm. Part shade to full sun

How to Grow Monarda Varieties—Bee Balm, Bergamot, Oswego and Horsemeint

Grow Monarda varieties: bee balm, bergamot

Pardon My Pink bee balm - Tuck this sweet and petite perennial into the front of your flower border where it will create a colorful edge of true pink flowers in high summer. Butterflies adore it!  Also, mildew resistant.

'Pardon My Pink' - Bee Balm - Monarda didyma

Pardon My Pink bee balm - Tuck this sweet and petite perennial into the front of your flower border where it will create a colorful edge of true pink flowers in high summer. Butterflies adore it! Also, mildew resistant.

bee balm~ another of my favorites. It spreads pretty quick so only get one plant if you want it multiple places. Just wait a year and you can transplant

bee balm spreads pretty quick so only get one plant if you want it multiple places. Just wait a year and you can transplant

Monarda, Pardon My Cerise (Monarda didyma) Tuck this sweet and petite perennial into the front of your flower border where it will create a colorful edge of dark cherry pink flowers in high summer. Butterflies adore it! (14-18"x 10-12")

'Pardon My Cerise' - Bee Balm - Monarda didyma

Proven Winners - 'Pardon My Cerise' - Bee Balm - Monarda didyma pink red dark cherry pink plant details, information and resources.

Monarda 'Raspberry Wine' | Flickr // Monarda is a genus consisting of roughly 16 species of flowering plants in the mint family, Lamiaceae. The genus is endemic to North America. Common names include bee balm, horsemint, oswego tea, and bergamot, the latter inspired by the fragrance of the leaves, which is reminiscent of bergamot orange (Citrus bergamia).

libutron: “ Bee Balm - Monarda didyma ‘Raspberry Wine’ Color of the flowers of Monarda didyma (Lamiaceae) is outstanding, the blossoms are gorgeous and the smell is wonderful.

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