Raspberry Wine Bee Balm

Looking for a showy plant that attracts wildlife to your garden? The red blooms of the Raspberry Wine Bee Balm often attract hummingbirds, butterflies and bees during the months of July and August. If planted in well-draining soil and given plenty of sun, this perennial will thrive. However, make sure there is adequate spacing between plants thus allowing for proper air flow that will assist in preventing foliar and fungal diseases. Although this variety of Bee Balm grows to be about 3-4’ h x 2-3’ w, it can be divided as needed. Plant some in containers to dress up porches or decks. For those of you that like tea, the leaves are edible. Stop by the nursery today and pick your own Raspberry Wine Bee Balm before they are all gone.

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