Bee Balm Plants

Bee Balm

Anonymous added on April 30, 2012 | Answered

Now that I know the Bee Balm Blob wants to eat my garden, I thought I would take the excess (that I don't put into a container) into our wooded perimeter. I worked hard to get the buckthorn out. Will putting Bee Balm in its place create a new monster?

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Answered on May 1, 2012

Bee balm is not generally that aggressive but it may help to locate it in a shadier location if it is becoming problematic. This will slow its growth rate some.

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