Bee Balm Flower Plant: How To Plant Bee Balm And Bee Balm Care - 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. The bee balm flower has an open, daisy-like shape, with tubular petals in shades of red, pink, purple and white. Bee balm plants are perennial, coming back year after year to add cheerful color to your garden.
Bee Balm Flower Plant – How To Plant Bee Balm And Bee Balm Care
Coral Bells, (Heuchera) 'Peach Crisp' - attracts hummingbirds and butterflies - Thanks, needed some border plants, wanted variety/color and LOVE the hummers who usually just zip by on the way to the neighbor's feeder!
How to Propagate Basil - cut 3-4 inch cuttings right below a leaf node. Remove leaves on the lower 2". Place cuttings in glass of water on a bright, sunny (not hot) window sill. Be carefully, adding water to keep stems immersed. Change the water every other day. In 5-7 days you will begin to see some tiny white roots forming.
Besides mulching, I checked on the clematis stems earlier in the season to be sure they were climbing the right direction. This is a very low maintenance plant combination! Very worth trying if you have a rose bush or climber.