We received seed of this rare Tennessee native Bee Balm from one of the seed exchanges we belong to, and are hoping to have these babies ready for late spring sales. Whorls of White tubular flowers appear in mid -late June and plants are quite mildew resistant. This newly discovered species was first thought to be a form of M. bradburiana. Likes a moist soil. Grows 16-18″ tall, and of course will be favored by bees, butterflies and hummingbirds.
Exposure: Sun/Part Shade