Posted on December 27, 2015
Bee Balm typically bloom in midsummer, but these Ladies lead the way in early summer, flowering earlier and forming a more petite clump than other Bee Balm. They typically bloom from early summer into midsummer and grow just a foot tall.
Behaving like ladies in the garden— 'Leading Lady Lilac' and 'Leading Lady Plum' stay where you plant them and do not run around. Their blossoms' sweet nectar is highly attractive to butterflies, hummingbirds, and honeybees and the aromatic foliage is naturally deer resistant. After the first flush of flowers is passing full bloom, a secondary flush blooms above the initial flowers, extending the color show into midsummer.