Spotted Beebalm grows up to 30′ tall and has unusual fuscia bracts and flowers along its stem flowers that attract bees, butterflies, hummingbirds, and moths. It blooms in the late summer. Leaves can have a mild mint scent, but are often odorless. It is also called Dotted Horsemint.
In the Northern part of its range it grows as an annual. In the South, a perennial.
Plant throughout the Fall and Winter, or in the Spring, after the danger of frost has passed.
- Zone 5-10
- Eastern, Central US, and Canada
- Part to Full Sun
- Duration: Annual