Monarda x 'Petite Delight'#PP10784, COPF
Also called Bergamot
Suitable Substitutions for Monarda x 'Petite Delight'
More About Monarda x 'Petite Delight' (PP10784, COPF)
- Whorls of small, tubular flowers are backed by leafy bracts
- Mauve-lilac flowers appear on square stems just above foliage
- Heavily corrugated, dark green, ovate leaves, 5 cm long
- Foliage has a minty scent when crushed
- Compact, mounding habit
- Has good, mildew resistance
- Bloom Time: July to August
Dwarf Bee Balm Growing and Maintenance Tips
Best grown in an average to moist soil, in full sun, however, it is tolerant of partially shady locations. Powdery mildew is a common, fungal problem for monarda, although some cultivars are more resistant. All monarda should be planted in open areas that receive good, air circulation and keep a consistently moist soil, to help prevent mildew problems. Mature clumps should be thinned out.
Monarda x 'Petite Delight' (PP10784, COPF) Characteristics
Soil MoistureMoist to Average