bee balm


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bee balm

One of two products:
(1) Bergamot, see there; Monarda didyma.
(2) Lemon balm, see there; Melissa officinalis.
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ElkMountainHerbs.com,) and Texas Medicinais iwww.GingerWebb.com; both carry a bee balm tincture.
I gave him my new modified Bee Balm, feeling very smug.
For bee balm, these will be oblong, pointy-tipped and a bit fuzzy.
Depending on conditions, she often uses red chokeberry, Joe-Pye weed, native asters, bee balm and blue lobelia in her rain gardens.
Old-fashioned, heirloom-type flowers like bee balm, black-eyed Susan, cleome, sunflower, and zinnia are also excellent; they have more pollen and nectar than highly developed hybrids.
It will often damage plants such as roses and Bee Balm. It results in dead leaves and plants that become pale shadows of their former glory.
wanderlust all its own and soon found it cropping up in the bee balm,
MONARDA (also known as bee balm or bergamot) is a great flower at this time of year.
Illinois natives bee balm, cone flower, ironweed, Joe pye weed, butterfly weed and globe thistle are butterfly magnets.
Perennial flowers: achillea (yarrow), agastache (hyssop), black-eyed Susan, caryopteris (blue mist shrub), coreopsis, echinacea (coneflower), foxglove, hollyhock (single-flowered), lamb's ear, monarda (bee balm), ornamental alliums, penstemon, Russian sage, scabiosa
Surveying the garden a bit closer, I was a bit surprised, but not shocked, to see bees buzzing around a large clump of plants named, appropriately, "bee balm."
The best choices include abutilon, agastache, alstroemeria, bee balm, cestrum, cleome, coral bells, fuchsia, honeysuckle, lion's tail, penstemon, red-flowered perennial lobelia, salvia, and zauschneria.