This unusual, eye-catching plant produces long-lasting pink flowers with small yellow, purple-dotted tubes that attract bees and butterflies. The fragrant foliage repels deer. Host plant to the Southern Purple Mint Moth. Blooms between July and September. Full sun to light shade. 1-3'.

Monarda punctata (Spotted Bee Balm/Dotted Horsemint)


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