Monarda 'Grape Gumball'
Common name: Bee Balm 'Grape Gumball'
Vivid magenta flowers in mid to late summer.
The foliage has a minty fragrance when touched.
Hummingbird and butterfly magnet!
Great cut flower. Use in beds and borders.
Good resistance to powdery mildew.
Deadheading spent blooms will encourage longer flowering.
Monarda performs best in full sun with well-drained moist soil.
Dry soil promotes powdery mildew.
Provide adequate air circulation by dividing and thinning clumps to help prevent powdery mildew from occurring.
Exposure: Sun to part
Photos credit & courtesy of Walters Gardens Inc.