Botanical Name: Monarda didyma ‘Balbalmink’ PP #26,566
Common Name: ‘Balmy Pink’ Monarda
Description: Texas nativar perennial with very pretty bright pink blooms in late Spring through Summer. The ‘Balmy’ series of bee balm cultivars are shorter than some bee balm: they grow 1-1/2′ tall and wide. Likes sun to part sun. Attracts butterflies, hummers, and other pollinators to your garden for the nectar, plus it produces berries that the birds love. Rabbits and deer usually don’t bother this plant because it has foliage that’s strongly scented of basil and mint. Very mildew resistant. Makes great cut flowers. Can be planted either in the ground or in containers.
Zones 4 – 9