Monarda didyma (USA)

Monarda didyma L., Sp. Pl. 22 1753. (syn: Monarda coccinea Michx.; Monarda contorta C.Morren; Monarda didyma var. angustifolia Torr.; Monarda didynama Stokes [Spelling variant]; Monarda kalmiana Pursh; Monarda oswegoensis W.Barton; Monarda purpurascens Wender.; Monarda purpurea Lam.); E. Canada to E. U.S.A. as per WCSP; Alabama; Austria; Connecticut; Georgia; Illinois; Maine; Maryland; Masachusettes; Michigan; Mississippi; New […]

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Monarda fistulosa (USA)

Monarda fistulosa L., Sp. Pl. 22 1753.;   Wild bergamot or bee balm[1] (Monarda fistulosa) is a wildflower in the mint family (Lamiaceae) widespread and abundant as a native plant in much of North America.[2]   This plant, with showy summer-blooming white flowers, is often used as a honey plant, medicinal plant, and garden ornamental.[3]   The […]

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