Friday, July 10, 2009

Bee balm: Monarda didyma Cambridge Scarlet in the Long Border


6 comments:

lynn'sgarden said...

Love how these stand out in the garden..this is a perennial I don't mind spreading and talk about attracting hummers! My 'jacob kline's are almost 6ft. this year!

Queenmothermamaw said...

Oh I love the beebalm. I have purple. Found you on Gardener of Sorts blog. I love to pass by the Beebalm and pick it and have it on my hands. Stop by my neck of the woods sometime. I;ll be back. Blessings
QMM

SNJGardener said...

My Bee Balm is finished down here in southern NJ. I missed the hummingbirds on it this year. - Dave

GardenJoy4Me said...

Those are gorgeous !!
There is nothing like the scent of Bee Balm .. each year I wish I could grow loads of them .. but the dread Powdery MILDEW drives me nuts .. I do hold on to Petite Delight though : )

Ciss B said...

Love Bee Balm!

Jack said...

I love Bee Balm. I used to grow it a while back. I'm going to grow it again now that I see your beautiful picture of it!

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