Monarda Didyma Raspberry Wine. Monarda didyma 'raspberry wine' wine red flowers open from buds that resemble raspberries. ‘raspberry wine’ is a cultivar of undetermined parentage but is believed to be didyma.
Foliage is delightfully fragrant, and. 1 gallon pot $22.95 sale. Most hybrids are of monarda didyma parentage and are easily grown in average, medium to wet, moisture retentive soils in full sun to part shade.
‘Raspberry Wine’ Is A Cultivar Of Undetermined Parentage But Is Believed To Be Didyma.
Birds and butterflies also think it's fantastic, and your plants will get a lot of visitors when in bloom. Across (5 cm), borne in dense, globular terminal heads. Monarda didyma 'raspberry wine' red tubular flowers sit atop tall stems that have dark green, large leaves with wine colored highlights.
Plant Foliage Declines After Bloom, Particularly If Infected With Powdery Mildew.
Monardas are showy pollinator favorites! Bee balm usda hardiness zone: Essential to mixed perennial borders.
Monarda ‘Raspberry Wine’ Is Sometimes Listed As Monarda Didyma ‘Raspberry Wine’.
Perennial flowers, wildlife gardening tags: The raspberry red blooms are a favorite of hummingbirds, butterflies and bees and appear in july and august. A stunning and long flowering perennial that makes a great cut flower and the petals are edible.
‘Raspberry Wine’ Bee Balm (Monarda Didyma) Is The First Of Our Monardas To Bloom.
Bee balm, black swallowtail butterflies, cup plant, monarda 'purple rooster', monarda 'raspberry wine', plants for butterflies, plants for pollinators, sweet joe pye weed, wild bergamot. Full sun to part shade Cottage/informal, beds and borders, low maintenance, prairie planting, wildlife.
Home Perennials, Native Monarda Didyma (Bee Balm) Description.
Attractive to hummingbirds, butterflies, and bees. Very mildew resistant fragrant foliage. A white flower farm introduction.