Grand Parade Bee Balm

Grand Parade Bee Balm
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Butterflies Love The Purple BloomsGrand Parade Bee Balm, Monarda dydyma ‘ACrade’, is an exceptionally hardy hybrid from the Morden Breeding Program in Manitoba.In mid to late summer, the compact bushy plants are covered with whimsical 2.5″ lavender purple flowers.  The shiny dark green foliage has a delightful fragrance of mint that deer dislike.Monarda ‘Grand Parade™’ exhibits very good mildew resistance!  It is best grown in rich soil in a well-drained area, not being allowed to dry out.  The leaves of monarda can be used for teas and in salads, and hummingbirds and butterflies cannot resist the sweet nectar of these fragrant flowers!   This ‘Grand Parade™’ Monarda is a short and easy to manage plant. Being an outstanding performer, it will provide color and contrast for the perennial border, wild garden, meadow, and herb garden, or along ponds or streams, particularly when massed!*Unique Purple Blooms*Attracts Butterflies*Deer Resistant*Compact and Hardy .

Balmy Purple Bee Balm

Balmy Purple Bee Balm
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Reddish-Purple Blooms on a Hardy Perennial Balmy Purple Bee Balm, (Monarda didyma ‘Balmy Purple’), bursts forth on the garden scene in late spring and continues its show into early summer.  At a distance, the profuse blooms present a somewhat fuzzy appearance, with the adorable blossoms resplendent in reddish-purple color.  The dark green foliage is not only lovely but also has a delightful mint/basil fragrance. Named “bee balm” for a reason, Balmy Purple Bee Balm is a sure lure to many types of pollinators, not only encouraging pollination in your garden but bringing the whimsy of fluttering butterflies, bees and hummingbirds to enhance your home.  All-in-all, Balmy Purple Bee Balm is a wonderful variety with a lot to offer. Your Balmy Purple Bee Balm will grow up to 12 inches in height with a 10-inch spread.  It has an upright nature and tends to be fast growing. Deer and rabbits generally pass Balmy Purple by, and it’s even disease resistant—so a hardy little plant to be sure! Balmy Purple is a dwarf plant with a compact nature so it fits well in almost any space to provide consistent color and definition for your garden. Bee Balms are always popular, and this dwarf variety allows you to have one in your garden without a large commitment of space.  A terrific little plant that will flower with brilliant blooms and require little from you, Balmy Purple Bee Balm is a must have this year! * Fast growing* Dwarf* Does well in containers* Works well as a cut flower* Deer and rabbit resistant.

Marshall Delight Bee Balm

Marshall Delight Bee Balm
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The Monarda ‘Marshall’s Delight’,Monarda didyma, also known as Bee Balm, Bergamont, Horsemint, Oswego Tea, is a clump-forming perennial that has tubular, two-lipped, hot pink flowers with dark green aromatic foliage.‘Marshall’s Delight’ stands at 36’ high and has a plant spread of 24-36” and blooms from July to August. If deadheaded, (removal of old flowers from plant) longer bloom times will be encouraged. Monarda needs to be planted in full sun, but will tolerate afternoon shade.Marshall’s Delights are best grown in rich soil in a well-drained area, not being allowed to dry out. The leaves of Monarda can be used for teas and in salads.Attracting hummingbirds, butterflies and bees, particularly when massed, Monarda provides color and contrast for the perennial border, wild garden, meadow, and herb garden or along ponds or streams.This plant prefers neutral to alkaline soils.* Long bloom period!.

Purple Rooster Bee Balm

Purple Rooster Bee Balm
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Full Sun for Purple BloomsMonarda (Bee Balm) Purple Rooster, Monarda didyma ‘Purple Rooster’, is a native, clump-forming plant of the mint family.‘Purple Rooster’ will really “strut its stuff” in the landscape with its deep wine colored flowers that appear as “raspberries” in bud stage.This Bee Balm is easy to grow to 36″, multiplies quickly, and is native of eastern North America; has minty aromatic foliage often used to flavor teas multiplies quickly.The purple flowers attract hummingbirds, butterflies, and bees to the garden, but is rabbit and deer resistant.Bee Balm has a tendency to become invasive, so in order to keep plants healthy and vigorous, division is necessary every few years, and should be done in the spring. Although it will grow in average soil, it does enjoy the rich organic moist soil along riverbanks.  In spring, remove dead foliage only.  In fall, cut back to 6″ and dead-head spent flowers.  Deadheading spent blooms will prolong the bloom time.‘Purple Rooster’ will offer its extravagant presence when planted in your garden!* Wine Red Blooms All Summer* Hardy and Adaptable* Attracts Bees and Butterflies* Deer and Rabbit Resistant.

Petite Wonder Bee Balm

Petite Wonder Bee Balm
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The Monarda ‘Petite Wonder’, Monarda didyma, also known as Bee Balm, Bergamont, Horsemint, Oswego Tea, is a clump-forming perennial that has tubular, two-lipped, light pink flowers with dark green aromatic foliage.‘Petite Wonder’ stands at 12’ high and has a plant spread of 12-18” and blooms from July to August. If deadheaded, (remove old flowers from plant) longer bloom times will be encouraged. It is one of the smallest Monarda in its family and has the darkest foliage.Monarda needs to be planted in full sun, but will tolerate afternoon shade. Petite Wonders are best grown in rich soil in a well-drained area, not being allowed to dry out.The leaves of Monarda can be used for teas and in salads.Attracting hummingbirds, butterflies and bees, particularly when massed, Monarda provides color and contrast for the perennial border, wild garden, meadow, and herb garden or along ponds or streams.This plant prefers neutral to alkaline soils.* Long bloom period!* Aromatic leaves* Attracts butterflies & hummingbirds .

Pink Lace Bee Balm

Pink Lace Bee Balm
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Bee Balm Pink Lace, Monarda ‘Pink Lace’ PPAF, is a delightful new bee balm with a tidy compact habit. At only 16″ tall, it is perfect for the front of the border or even in containers.The color is a striking lipstick pink that really draws your attention, and also that of hummingbirds and butterflies.Monarda ‘Pink Lace’ is an easy to grow, deer resistant perennial!Monarda is native to eastern North America, so it is easy to grow and it multiplies quickly. The aromatic foliage smells like mint when crushed and is often used to flavor teas.Monarda is best grown in rich soil in a well-drained area, not being allowed to dry out. The leaves of monarda can be used for teas and in salads.Attracting hummingbirds, butterflies and bees, particularly when massed, Monarda provides color and contrast for the perennial border, wild garden, meadow, and herb garden or along ponds or streams.This plant prefers neutral to alkaline soils.* Long bloom period!.

Cambridge Scarlet Bee Balm

Cambridge Scarlet Bee Balm
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The Cambridge Scarlet Bee Balm, ‘Monarda didyma ‘Cambridge Scarlet’, is a clump-forming perennial producing bright, vibrant red flowers amid aromatic, lance-shaped foliage in summer; stems are square.It is ideal for borders where it attracts bees, butterflies and hummingbirds.  The flowers are edible and the leaves can be used to flavor apple jelly and salads.Dried flowers and leaves are used in potpourris.  The ‘Cambridge Scarlet’ bee balm flowers over a long period of time-from summer through fall.  It is easy to grow; regularly dead-head its flowers, and it will rebloom in fall.This bee balm is a lovely addition to most flower gardens because it grows well in a mix of light shade or full sun.  It will brighten your garden just as summer’s heat arrives!* Easy to grow* Flowers are edible* Ideal for borders.

Balmy Lilac Bee Balm

Balmy Lilac Bee Balm
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Fast-growing, One-of-a-Kind Appeal Planting a Bee Balm in your garden is akin to rolling out a red carpet for honeybees!  This vibrant, lavender flower grows in abundance atop mint/basil-scented foliage and will emit its irresistible, fragrant lure across your yard from late spring and into summer.  This lovely, exotic-looking flower is unlike any other bloom you’ll see.  Simple, yet unique, it’s sure to draw your eye with its exclusive appeal. Balmy Lilac Bee Balm, (Monarda didyma ‘Balbalmac’), has a spread of 8-10 inches and can reach a height of 12 inches.  Both deer and rabbits tend to leave it alone and it even has improved disease resistance.  Balmy Lilac is overall quite hardy and requires very little care once established.  It’s adaptable to a variety of conditions, thriving in both sun and part shade.  Plant a few throughout your yard for a dependable performance year after year, and one or two in patio containers are a lovely contrast to more typical plantings. Bee balm is also a terrific addition to a butterfly or wildlife garden. Bee Balm has always been a popular perennial for those who value dependable, yet unique plantings.  It’s a plant that seems to have it all—lovely flowers, fragrance, wildlife interest and an uncommon appearance all wrapped up in an easy-to-grow plant.  Try one this year and we’re sure you’ll agree that Balmy Lilac Bee Balm is one-of-a-kind! *Fast growing*Deer and rabbit resistant*Sun tolerant*Good container plant.

Raspberry Wine Bee Balm

Raspberry Wine Bee Balm
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The Monarda ‘Raspberry Wine’, Monarda didyma, also known as Bee Balm, Bergamont, Horsemint, Oswego Tea, is a clump-forming perennial that has tubular, two-lipped, raspberry flowers with dark green aromatic foliage.‘Raspberry Wine’ stands at 36’ high and has a plant spread of 24-36” and blooms from July to August. If deadheaded, (removal of dead flowers from plant) longer bloom times will be encouraged.Monarda needs to be planted in full sun, but will tolerate afternoon shade.Raspberry Wines are best grown in rich soil in a well-drained area, not being allowed to dry out. The leaves of Monarda can be used for teas and in salads.Attracting hummingbirds, butterflies and bees, particularly when massed, Monarda provides color and contrast for the perennial border, wild garden, meadow, herb garden or along ponds or streams.This plant prefers neutral to alkaline soils.* Long bloom period!  .