Bee balm has long been a garden favorite and this dwarf variety is no exception. Dark red stems hold up the large, bright pink blossoms to the delight of hummingbirds and butterflies. Perfect for the front of the border and for gardens with limited space. Fragrant foliage and edible flowers add to its interest. Resistant to deer, rabbits, black walnut and powdery mildew.
Full, compact plants provide a pop of vibrant color
Hummingbird and butterfly magnate!
Deer and rabbit resistant
Fragrant foliage and edible flowers
Good resistance to powdery mildew
may be grown under black walnut
Info coming soon!
The common name beebalm comes from the old practice of using crushed leaves to sooth bee stings. The leaves were also used by Oswego Indians and early settlers as tea. Hence the other common name, Oswego tea.