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so I think I have monarda fistulosa in my meadow too! thanks for the pic, now I'll watch for the flowers to make sure.your blog is so lovely!
Hi Tammy! Yeah, watch for the flowers of course - but also taste them. The garden kind M. Didyma with the big burgundy flowers, has leaves that are aromatic and slightly like oregano. Extremely pleasant. The M. fistulosa is a shock of spice, like wasabi. I haven't worked much with the other spp. besides those two.Have fun!
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