Monarda (Beebalm) started from neighbor

My south raised bed is dedicated to hummingbird attractors and Monarda is so happy here, it has virtually taken over the bed. It is easily managed so I have let it have all the space it wants. Other parts of the garden have other attractors.

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Comment by Daniel W on July 15, 2012 at 9:40am

Joan, in my yard Crocosmia is spreading all over the place.  It might be the seeds, or it might be that I move it once in a while, and corms or cormels get spread with the soil.  When they dry out this Fall I can store some and, if you like, mail them to you to plant in the Spring.

Comment by Joan Denoo on July 14, 2012 at 10:46pm

S.B. How I envy you Crocosmia! It is so lovely, yet I am too far north. I thought it was coming up this year but discovered it was garlic! Well, that can be a treat, but different that those majestic blossoms. 

Comment by Daniel W on July 14, 2012 at 4:12pm

The major hummingbird attractor in my yard is Crocosmia.  They are in bloom now.  The hummingbirds can often be heard, with their high pitched chirp, even when not seen.

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