Add Color and Contrast!
The Petite Delight Bee Balm, Monarda didyma ‘Petite Delight, also known as Bergamont, Horsemint or Oswego Tea, is a clump-forming perennial that has tubular, two-lipped, light red to purple flowers with dark green aromatic foliage.
‘Petite Delight’ blooms from July to August. It is one of the smallest Monarda in its family and has the darkest foliage.
If deadheaded, (remove old flowers from a plant) longer bloom times will be encouraged. Needs to be planted in full sun, but will tolerate afternoon shade.
Petite Delights are best grown in rich soil in a well-drained area, not being allowed to dry out.
The leaves of Monarda can be used for teas and in salads, and attracts hummingbirds, butterflies and bees.
When massed, Monarda provides color and contrast for the perennial border, wild garden, meadow, and herb garden or along ponds or streams!
- Dark and aromatic foliage
- Attracts hummingbirds and butterflies
- Adds color and contrast