Saturday, July 05, 2008

Bee Balm Time

July always reminds me of bee balm. I love this plant here in Wisconsin and so do the hummingbirds. This is the Jacob Cline variety and spreads well and is easy to split and transplant.


Blogger Susie said...

I just stumbled onto your site and wanted to say how beautiful your photos are. We love those hummers here in MS too. We just don't have too many right now.

8:35 PM  
Blogger Jane Marie said...

I planted some new bee balm this year called Panorama Red Shades. It's doing so well I might have to moive it already. No blooms yet. I think it's too new.

7:12 AM  
Blogger Trace & Terri said...

Loved your hummers and Lantana. You take wonderful pictures! What kind of Hummingbirds do you have in Wisconson? We have Anna's Hummingbird and the Rufous Hummingbird. They love my "Fairyflowers" ( English Impatiens) Check out my blog and garden:

5:51 PM  
Blogger Lisa said...

Thanks everyone! We have only ruby throated here. I love how in the west there are multiple types:)

8:00 PM  

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