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Monarda Fistulosa , Fragrant pink or lavender flowers, like ragged pompoms (very attractive to bees & hummingbirds) bloom atop 2 to 3 ft, open-branched stems & are good as cut flowers, can be dried, & make a nice edible garnish. The name 'bergamot' is from the similarity of its scent with Citrus bergamia, the bergamot orange, grown in Italy. Oil from the leaves has been used by Native American Indians for centuries to treat respiratory ailments & it makes a soothing Tea. Flowers Jul – Sept, likes "disturbed" areas, like old fields, thickets & clearings , Seed Count Approx - 400 avg,.......... Additional charges on Postage and Handling for SEEDS may apply outside of the United Kingdom.