Wild Bergamot

Wild Bergamot

Scientific name: Monarda fitulosa  |  Common name: Bee Balm

Height: 2-5′  |  Type: Perennial

Water: Medium  |  Soil: Dry to Moist  |  Sun: Sun to Partial Shade

Attracts: Hummingbirds and BumbleBees

Technically a flowering herb in the mint family, Bergamot attracts hummingbirds and bees to its sweet nectar. Bumblebees are particularly fond of wild bergamot. Flowers appear in a range from pink to lavender. 

Wild Bergamot has been used for teas and various medicinal purposes. It adds a beautiful splash of color to your gardens from June to September. 

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