Bee Balm (Monarda didyma)

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Bee Balm (Monarda didyma)

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This bee balm's mid-summer red bloom is especially attractive to hummingbirds, but butterflies and bees love it too. Native to the Appalachian Mountains, Red Bee Balm grows best in rich soil with a good organic matter content to provide moisture during the heat of summer. Also known as Oswego Tea, American Bee Balm or Scarlet Bee Balm. Black Walnut tolerant.

Zones: 4-7

Light: sun, partial shade

Soil: moist, wet

Size: 3-4ft tall

Bloom Time: Midsummer

Black Walnut Tolerant

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