Aromatic foliage. Flowers Rose/mauve . Late Summer early autumn. 1m 9x9x10PP
'Beauty of Cobham' is clump-forming herbaceous perennial to 90cm in height. Terminal whorls of two-lipped, pale purplish-pink flowers 5cm in length have contrasting purple calyxes.
1m. Violet pink flowers are held in whorls atop strong square stems from mid-summer to autumn. Said to be more heat and drought tolerant that other Monarda, but we have not noticed that! Excellent as cut flowers for the home. Dark green aromatic minty foliage is often used in...
(syn. 'Balance') These flowers are in the Violet-purple colour spectrum reaching 60-70cm. Said to be mildew resistant. Summer flowering.
90cm Dark green foliage with mahogany-red flowers. Full sun to part shade in a moisture retentive soil. Few only. This variety appears more difficult to propagate than the others(?)
Clump-forming, herbaceous perennial with aromatic, lance-shaped leaves and terminal whorls of two-lipped, mauve to purple flowers from midsummer to early autumn. Said to be mildew resistant. 1m x 50cm 9x9x10PP
A long flowering season with distinctive whorls of narrow-petalled tufted pale pink flowers set above a ruff of purple bracts. Great when planted en masse. Associated well with grasses and makes a lovely winter silhouette as they die.
The colour is described as salmon-red. 1m Moist soils
(Prarienacht) Purple flower in late summer. 100cm. Moist soil are best with morning sun only if possible.
Said to be mildew resistant(?) Prefers a moist soil. Flowers wine-red atop stocky stems from mid-summer to autumn. This variety out-blooms most other monarda varieties. The photo shows this monarda with Penstemon Dorothy.
An attractive monarda for your border. With scented aromatic foliage. It bears dense heads of pale lavender flowers. Good for cutting and for bees. This variety can be used as flavouring of certain meat and game dishes