Bee Balm Plants

Bee Balm Winter Storage


Anonymous added on October 17, 2016 | Answered

I planted bee balm in small containers this spring. They flowered. I know I should cut them back in late fall, but should I bring them indoors for the winter? We get to below freezing in the winter.


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Downtoearthdigs
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Answered on October 18, 2016

Bee Balm is winter hardy in your growing zone and the plants can be cut back and allowed to go dormant.
Leave the pots in a sheltered location. A garage works well.
You can bring the pots back outdoors in the spring after danger of frost has passed.

https://www.gardeningknowhow.com/ornamental/flowers/bee-balm/bee-balm-care.htm

Bee Balm is quite fast growing and your plants may outgrow the pots and need repotting or will do well planted in the ground.

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