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  • Re: Beebalm Bloomed! Some pics
    • Joni (Login Yodlei44)
      Bug Moderator
      Posted Jun 22, 2011 12:45 AM

      My 'Raspberry Wine' was moved last year as it was declining & it started blooming the last couple of days. I haven't seen much Hummer use on Monarda in the past but the Hummingbird Moths & Butterflies sure love it so it will stay in my yard. 'Jacob Kline' is short & behind but it's too shaded & also needs to be moved. Here's a pix of 'Raspberry Wine':

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      Joni
      Elwood, IL
      Zone 5

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