A pollinator favorite, Bee Balm's clusters of white tubular flowers atop sturdy, aromatic foliage make it especially attractive to hummingbirds. Blooms for a month or more, starting in June. Blooming can be extended if old flowers are deadheaded. Will spread to form a good-sized clump, creating a striking focal point in the garden. Does best in dappled sun or part sun and fairly dry soil. Native to Appalachia Mountains.