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Monarda Gardenview Scarlet

Monarda 'Gardenview Scarlet'

The fiery blooms peppering this yard high plant are irresistible to butterflies

One of the most popular garden trends is finding ideal blooms that will entice honeybees, butterflies, and hummingbird. Gardenview Scarlet, a newer bee balm cultivar, welcomes these garden benefactors with red blooms that are bursting with fragrance. It is a welcome beauty to border flower gardens or in groupings of their own. This delightfully-scented bee balm grows 2-3 feet tall and will eventually spread into attractive colonies. They like moist soil and some afternoon shade. If they are dead-headed properly, a gardener can expect them to have them at least 2 months into the summer. Gardenview Scarlet makes stunning cut flowers and mix well in most types of gardens. They grow best in Zones 4-9.

Review Summary
(Based on 1 Reviews)

Overall Rating: 5.0 / 5.0


Very pleased
Dan F from WV wrote on April 03, 2017:

When I read reviews of plants, I always find it amazing that people write about the plant as it shipped. What I am looking for is to see how the plant has produced a year or two out. However, I felt compelled to write about the plants I received this week, for a different reason. I stumbled upon Wayside Gardens, while searching for gardenias, which I was pleased with as well and will review at a later time. The reason I am writing now is because I ordered three monardo plants, from Wayside and three from another well known online plant supplier. I found that Wayside supplied a larger, healthier plant for a cheaper cost than the other nursery. I ordered from the other nursery, because they had a variety of monardo that Wayside didn't have. After a few days in the ground, it appears that the Wayside plants are adapting well, so I anticipate that they will take. As a result, of the quality of the monardo as well as the gardenias, I will check Wayside's site before other searching other sites, from now on.