Aquarius Bee Balm has a gorgeous pink flower and bright green leaves. It attracts both butterflies and hummingbirds. It’s leaves can be dried for tea and flower petals can be plucked for a splash of color in salads or as decorations on baked goods.
Plants will die back to the ground in winter and reemerge in the spring. Once the tops have died, they may be cut back to the ground.
Bee Balm is one of the six plants chosen to be in our Crafter’s Herb Garden for Zones 5-11.
Bee Balm flowers are a burst of sunshine. All three of our Monarda didyma varieties Cambridge Scarlet Bee Balm, Aquarius Bee Balm, and Jacob Kline Bee Balm make great additions to our Edible Flower Herb Garden Six Pack.
You might want to look at Jacob Kline Bee Balm.