Monarda Plants For Sale Uk

Monarda Plants For Sale Uk. For a soil that does not dry out. Can be sown directly in autumn where they are to flower for the following year.

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Notify me when this plant is available to order. Its common names include bee balm, horse mint or bergamot. 2 litre pot in stock.

The Small Dark Green Leaves Are Scented When Crushed.

Large orders may be part shipped, please contact us on 01782 502741 or email [email protected] Supplied as a pot grown plant grown in a 7cm pot. Transplant seedlings once large enough to handle to 8cm pots and grow on.

Water If Required Until The Plants Are Established.

2 litre pot in stock. Monarda are annual or herbaceous perennial plants with fragrant ovate leaves, often used for potpourri, and striking tubular flowers much like an indian headdress, flowering throughout summer into early autumn. Bees, bumblebees, butterflies and many other insects are very fond of this colourful garden plant with its fragrant leaves.

The Monarda (Bee Balm) Varieties We Carry Have Excellent Mildew Resistance.

Flowering from july to september, these hardy perennials also thrive in shade or semi shade where others struggle. Perennials monarda westcountry nurseries monarda or bergamot such as monarda beauty of cobham, monarda cambridge scarlet, monarda croftway pink, monarda gardenview scarlet, monarda marshall's delight, monarda on parade, monarda snow queen, monarda squaw and monarda violet queen beloved by bees for cottage gardens. Bergamot grows well in rich moist soil in a sunny or semi shaded spot.

Can Be Sown Directly In Autumn Where They Are To Flower For The Following Year.

Monarda ‘blaustrumpf’ whorls of violet purple tubular flowers on upright stems from june to august. This flowers freely, with pure white blooms, but is less robust than other monarda. They originate from north america and canada and are a member of the mint family (lamiaceae).

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A bare root plant is a non potted specimen which is sent with it's roots in compost, wrapped in a polythene bag. Notify me when this plant is available to order. As the other name of ‘bee balm’ suggests it is also highly attractive to bees and other pollinators.

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