Monarda Raspberry Wine Plant. A white flower farm introduction in 1992. The raspberry red blooms are a favorite of hummingbirds, butterflies and bees and appear in july and august.
Monarda ‘raspberry wine’ was introduced by white flower farm in 1992. Beebalm is a traditional favourite for the perennial border, with a striking display of richly coloured flowers through the summer months. Blooming for weeks from mid to late summer, they rest upon a whorl of decorative bracts and attract scores of butterflies and hummingbirds.
It Is Cherished By Butterflies And Hummingbirds But Loathed By Deer.
Produces deep wine colored blooms over a long period in summer. A midsummer bloomer, the red flowers unfurl from raspberry colored buds. Plants perform best in full sun and moist soil.
Monarda Can Be Found Naturally Along Riverbanks And Enjoys This Rich, Organic, Moist Soil.
'raspberry wine' grows 3 to 4 ft. ‘raspberry wine’ is a sturdy perennial bee balm cultivar. Raspberry wine color is outstanding, the blossoms are gorgeous and the smell is wonderful!
Monarda X 'Raspberry Wine' Bee Balm.
The leaves of this monarda have better powdery mildew resistance but keep the soil moist and give it good air circulation to help prevent the problem. Beebalm is a traditional favourite for the perennial border, with a striking display of richly coloured flowers through the summer months. Plants bloom long and hard and show excellent resistance to powdery mildew.
Problems Powdery Mildew Can Be A Serious Problem With Some Of The Monardas.
Do not allow to dry out in summer. The monarda 'raspberry wine' flowers are wine red and irresistible to hummingbirds. Rhs plants for pollinators plants.
Bee Blam 'Raspberry Wine' Is A Herbaceous Perennial Wildflower In The Lamiaceae Family.
Reputed to have good resistance to powdery mildew, it may also be sold as monarda didyma 'raspberry wine'. Cottage/informal, beds and borders, low maintenance, prairie planting, wildlife. Monarda ‘raspberry wine’ was introduced by white flower farm in 1992.