Bee Balm

Monarda didyma 'Pink Supreme'

Also called Bergamot

  • Whorls of small, tubular flowers are backed by leafy bracts
  • Magenta-pink flowers appear on square stems just above foliage
  • Glossy, dark green, toothed, lance to oval-shaped leaves, 10 cm long
  • Foliage has a minty scent when crushed
  • Upright, clumping habit
  • Bloom Time: July to August



60-70 cm

45-60 cm

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Growing and Maintenance Tips:

Best grown in an average to moist soil, in full sun, however, it is tolerant of partially shady locations. Powdery mildew is a common, fungal problem for monarda, although some cultivars are more resistant. All monarda should be planted in open areas that receive good, air circulation and keep a consistently moist soil, to help prevent mildew problems. Mature clumps should be thinned out.