PERENNIAL: Monarda Punctata (Horsemint, Spotted Beebalm)

Tried and True Native Plant Selections for the Mid-Atlantic

MGNV - Native Plants LogoNative* to portions of the eastern United States and to NoVA (except for Loudoun County), Spotted Beebalm inhabits dry prairies and sandy areas. This showy plant with tubular flowers, colorful bracts, and a stacked, whorled appearance provides interesting form and texture to the garden and attracts a variety of pollinators and beneficial insects.

*It is native to DC and MD. It is common in the Coastal Plain of DE and rare in PA. In VA, it is frequent in the Coastal Plain, infrequent in the Piedmont, and rare in the mountains.

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