Bee Balm Seeds - Monarda Seed - Perennial Flower Seeds
Buy Bee Balm seeds from Swallowtail Garden Seeds. Monarda didyma, M. Citriodora-Hybr. In June and July bee balm produces whorls of flowers in intense shades of pink, salmon, red, scarlet and crimson. Butterflies and hummingbirds find flowers irresistible! Leaves are mint scented and used to make Oswego Tea.
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Monarda Raspberry Wine -- Bluestone Perennials
Erect stems support uniquely shaped berry red tubular flowers. Large leaves sport wine colored highlights. M. Raspberry Wine color is outstanding, the blossoms are gorgeous and the smell is wonderful! The flower buds resemble raspberries and the leaves of Monarda can be used to flavor teas. A carefree strong grower. Exquisite when paired with Achillea or Russian Sage.
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Coleman's Farm Market - THE FLOWER BED
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The Calm Before the Storm
Local radio stations have been repeatedly broadcasting severe thunderstorm warnings and even a risk of tornados for some parts of the Provence. After recent heavy rainfalls and flash flooding, I think we are all a bit gun shy in Southern Ontario. A little over a week ago, a relentless downpour halted traffic, flooded basements and left many parts of the the Greater Toronto Area in darkness for hours. Fourteen hundred passengers got trapped on a commuter train when part of the Don Valley…