Bee Balm

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Monarda 'Fireball'

…attractive to bees and the foliage releases an aromatic bergamot fragrance when brushed against. Monarda 'Fireball' is a more compact selection of this popular plant with abundant flowers over a long period from July to September. Brilliant for late season colour, grow   More Info

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Lemon Balm

…crushed. The aromatic foliage can be used to make refreshing lemon balm tea or added to soups and oils for a tangy lemon flavour. Lemon balm flowers are particularly attractive to bees giving rise to its other name, bee balm. This hardy perennial…  More Info

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Monarda didyma 'Balmy Lilac'

…towards the front of herbaceous borders. Masses of unusual-looking deep lilac flowers, which are a magnet for bees, are held above a mound of fragrant foliage. This dwarf bee balm shows strong resistance to mildew and is particularly effective when planted…  More Info

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Monarda didyma 'T&M Superb Mixed'

Candelabra-like whorls of flowers in a formula mixture with mint scented foliage. Indispensable border flower for most soils, particularly damp sites. Height 90-100cm (30-40in). Culinary note: Use the dried leaves to make Bergamot tea or use the sweet, spicy flavoured petals to enhance…  More Info

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