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Monarda bradburiana   

A little known species native to the southeastern half of Missouri and mostly found in the Ozark mountain region. It is the earliest of Monardas to flower, blooming May-June and also the smallest, growing just 18” tall. A very distinctive plant because of its large, lavender-pink flowers somewhat resembling a punk rockstar’s hairdo. 

    Common Name:Beebalm Hybrids
    Hardiness Zones:3-8
    Deer Resistant:Yes
Growing Tips: Plant in well drained soil.

About Monarda: With a unique bloom, Monarda is a real magnet for butterflies and hummingbirds. Known to bloom a long period of time when spent flowers are removed, they can stand alone or be grouped together remembering to give room for air circulation between plants. Great as a cut flower.