With its beautiful, unique looking flowers, bee balm attracts pollinators and delights gardeners. It can even be brewed into tea. It?s for all these reasons that it can be a real downer when your bee balm doesn?t bloom. Learn more about what to do in this article.
Bee balm is prized for its color and its tendency to attract bees and butterflies. It can spread quickly, though, and requires a bit of care to keep it under control. Learn more about how to manage bee balm plants in this article.
The bee balm plant is a North American native, thriving in woodland areas. Also known by its botanical name of Monarda, bee balm is very attractive to bees, butterflies and hummingbirds. Read more here.