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Over 110 choices for fast color, such as poppies, cosmos, sunflowers, zinnia, and many more.
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This native beauty boasts pale yellow blooms with purple spots. Also known as Spotted Bee Balm and Horsemint, this Monarda has a lovely thyme scent and has been used in teas and for ...
One of the scented wild mints that flowers with lavender-pink flowers. Butterfly favorite. Annual....
Bradbury’s Monarda is a versatile, compact prairie plant, making it the perfect choice for almost any garden or meadow. This easy-to-grow native wildflower tolerates both sun and s...
This is the monarda with pink flowers and leaves famous for making tea. Also called "Oswego Tea." Perennial...
Bee Balm (aka Bergamot) are aromatic, native wildflowers with showy, lasting blooms. Colorful flowerheads develop atop thick foliage and attract many pollinators – including hummingbirds and the elusive (but fascinating) hummingbird moth. Bee Balm blooms later in the season, providing color and supplying nectar well into the fall. This wildflower prefers dry to medium-dry soils, so create raised mounds if you’re trying to plant in wet areas. Excellent cut flower.