Monarda punctata - Spotted Bee Balm
Perennial plant growing up to 3 feet tall. Grows in full sun and medium to dry soils. Does well in sandy soils and tolerates drought. Spreads by runners to form clumps. Whorls of cream-colored flowers are visited by a wide range of bees and butterflies. Blooms from July to October.
Species: Monarda punctata
Mint family: Lamiaceae
Other common names: Spotted horsemint
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