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Beebalm (Bradbury Beebalm)

Photo of Bradbury beebalm plant with pale flowers
Monarda bradburiana (sometimes called M. russeliana)
Also called horsemint and wild bergamot, beebalm is a showy, fragrant plant that is a favorite of native plant gardeners. It’s also a favorite of Missouri’s butterflies! More

Beebalm (Bradbury Beebalm)

Photo of Bradbury beebalm plant with pale flowers
The flowers of Bradbury beebalm are often white or pale lavender with purple spots. Note the unbranching stems and the sessile (stalkless) leaves. Also called horsemint and wild bergamot, this showy, fragrant plant is a favorite of native plant gardeners. More

Beebalm (Bradbury Beebalm)

Photo of Bradbury beebalm plant with pinkish flowers
Bradbury beebalm is a clump-forming perennial with square, unbranched stems. All parts of the plant have a pleasant aroma. Flowers normally in 1 terminal cluster, subtended by many small leaves that frequently are rose-purple. The flowers themselves vary from white to lavender to pinkish. More