Monarda, also known as Bee Balm, have fascinating scented masses of pale purplish flowers. The blossoms are difficult to describe but very decorative. The leaves are a bright purple green, and mint scented which are edible. Known to attract scores of butterflies and hummingbirds. Great for a wet garden. Beauty of Cobham is a clump forming herbaceous perennial sure to return for years to come if planted zone appropriate. Thrives just about anywhere.
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- Winner of the award of garden merit from the Royal Horticultural Society
- Nectar-rich blossoms that attract hummingbirds
- Plant 18 in. apart, 1.5 in. - 2 in. D
- Fragrant and known to attract scores of butterflies and hummingbirds
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