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Monarda ‘Beauty of Cobham’

This very showy beebalm produces lilac-pink flowers. Grows to 36"....
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Monarda bradburiana

A little known species native to the southeastern half of Missouri and...
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Monarda ‘Blue Stocking’

4-5’ stalks bear whorls of intense, purple blossoms in summer. Milde...
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Monarda fistulosa ‘Claire Grace’

Discovered in the deep south and selected for its powdery mildew resis...
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Monarda ‘Cambridge Scarlet’

4-5’ stems with large, scarlet-red flowers in summer....
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Monarda ‘Fireball’ PP14235

A compact beebalm with deep scarlet red flowers blooming July-Aug. on ...
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Monarda ‘Jacob Cline’

Huge, deep red flowers with dark red bracts appear midsummer. Vigorous...
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Monarda ‘Mahogany’

3' stems with maroon-purple heads in summer....
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Monarda ‘Marshall’s Delight’

Good rose-pink variety. 3-4’ strong stems, with mildew resistant fol...
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Monarda ‘On Parade’

Intense, velvety maroon flowers on stocky, 30" stems. Flowers bloom t...
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