Monardas are showy pollinator favorites!
‘Gardenview Scarlet’ has long-blooming, rose-red flowers. It is one of the most mildew resistant Monarda varieties available.
Clusters of tubular flowers sit atop a square stem. Dark-green, toothed, opposite leaves have a minty fragrance when crushed. Plant foliage declines after bloom, particularly if infected with powdery mildew. Will slowly spread by rhizomes. Attracts bees, hummingbirds and butterflies.
Prefers consistent moisture and well-draining soils. Provide plants with good air circulation to help prevent powdery mildew.
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Height: 2-3 ft.
Spread:- 1-2 ft.
Bloom time: June to August
Sun: full sun to part shade
Water: medium to wet
Naturalize, Rain Garden
Deer and rabbit resistant
photo credit: North Creek Nurseries